I first photographed Dre for Sam as young puppy in 2016. Sam ordered her favourite image of Dre as a beautiful framed piece to hang above her dining table, along with a few smaller prints and a little album as a perfect keepsake. Read More
I’ve photographed Buzz way back in 2014 when he was recently adopted through Australian Working Dog Rescue. Fast forward five years and he is now well and truly settled in his family, with one four-legged sister and one human sister, which meant the family was certainly due for new portraits and what better reason than getting involved in our RSPCA SA fundraiser book; Kids and their Dogs. Read More
I’ve photographed Charlotte twice this year for her first two Watch Me Grow photoshoots at 10 weeks and 20 weeks, with her twelve month shoot planned for early 2020. Read More
I photographed Peach first in 2019 after meeting her people at Million Paws Walk that year where they booked the photoshoot. We had a lovely afternoon on the beach together and afterwards created a gorgeous wall collection of three canvases for their home, as well as an album to ship to the fur-grandparents in Canada!
I was stoked to receive an email from Mel earlier this year (2019) to say they had adopted Egan and were wanting a feature canvas of their family (including the visiting fur-grandparents) to hang above their sofa. Read More
I photographed Marley first in 2017 with Amy as part of my Soulmates project. Read more about that here:
When Amy won a voucher through a Facebook competition, she decided to take the opportunity to have photos of Marley with her mum’s dog, Indi. I usually encourage dogs from seperate households to have their own photoshoot, but after a little chat I realised these two best buddies need photos together so that is what we did! Read More
I photographed Worzel in 2017 with Michelle as part of my Soulmates project. Read More
Not long after, baby Gidget joined their family and so I spent another afternoon with Michelle to create a matching collection of her and Gidget!
I photographed Rebel at just 14 weeks old to feature in our 2015 fundraiser book, Tails of Adelaide. Since then, I’ve had her in front of my camera again twice. First to be the model in my behind the scenes video, and then again in 2017 when her family had grown to include Tex, and their humans decided to make an extended family shoot of it including fur-grandparents and a human cousin! Read More
I first photographed Mya and Mel on a dog-friendly wine tour in 2015 and created some beautiful photographs for their walls from the shoot. Read More
Not long after, I launched my first fundraiser book, Tails of Adelaide. Mel wanted Mya to feature in the book to support local animal welfare charities and so on a very warm summer evening, we headed to Ebenezer Place to photograph Mya for her Tails of Adelaide feature.