Studio and Outdoor Dog Photography Sessions

“You don’t take a photograph, you make it”


Dog Portrait Sessions


…it’s easy to take the little details for granted – their shaggy fur, that cute head tilt, those soulful eyes. We see our dogs every day and it’s hard not to love them!

As a professional dog photographer I am able to capture your pup’s personality and true essence. My images are sure to reflect what makes them unique, from their fur coloration or markings on the ground as they wag their tail in delight after catching a stick for you!

So if you are ready to book then please do get in touch with us. We can be reached on 01309 358020 or by messaging us through our contact page.

Each second we live is a new unique moment,

a moment that will never happen again

“It’s impossible not to smile back at a dog.”


  • Play Catch –  Let your dog jump or catch a toy to show its playful side in front of the camera.
  • Eating and Catching Treats  – Dogs love eating and getting treats. Since you’ll most likely bring some to get a pet’s attention during the photo shoot, you might as well incorporate the treats into the shoot.
  • Sleeping or Yawning – Whether it’s a puppy or an adult dog, looking at the peaceful expression of sleeping dogs can make any person go “aaaaaaaaw!” 
  • Interaction with Owners – There are times when the most beautiful moments come from common yet unscripted actions between the dog and its owner. Capturing the connection between the two creates heartwarming and affecting mood, ensuring that love radiates from the photo. 

from the blog

Heat Stroke in Dogs

Heat Stroke in Dogs

With summer finally here and temperatures rising it's important to look out for your four-legged friends. Dogs don’t tolerate high temperatures as well as humans. Because they only have sweat glands in their feet and around their nose, they are less efficient at...

Session Guide – Choosing the Perfect Location

Session Guide – Choosing the Perfect Location

Is your dog an urban explorer, or a woodland wanderer? Maybe they’re more of a beach bum? When it comes to choosing a location for your session, you want your dog to feel as comfortable as possible so that they can be themselves and have a great time. That way I can...

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