When Sandra’s family were thinking about her birthday present this year they decided they wanted something a bit more personal than another bottle of perfume.. and what is more personal than a photoshoot with your dogs?Read More
With her huge heart, Naomi fosters and adopts senior dogs in Adelaide, which quickly become part of the family. Each dog I’ve met has thrived with Naomi’s care and are always with her much longer than predicted. As each dog joins her, Naomi has the perfect excuse for a new shoot! And so here we are, about to head into her fifth Bitsa Bernard shoot!Read More
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
Warriparinga is especially great for those dogs that can be reactive or easily over-stimulated
We hardly ever see other dogs (or even people) there so it’s a great option for those dogs that may be re-active or over-stimulated by other dogs. The creek acts as a bit of a barrier to make it semi-secure for off-leash action shots. For those of you whose dogs need to stay on lead.. that’s cool too, we’ll just use a long one and remove it in Photoshop.
The location changes with the seasons, but you’ll always find a small vineyard, an old stone wall to add some texture to your background, an open, yet semi-secure space and the sun setting behind the gumtree installation.
This is what else you’ll find depending on the time of year..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
Adelaide Pet Photographer captured the bond between Elli, Sally and their mum at Warriparinga Wetlands.Read More
This big, elegant fluffiness was a teeny-tiny 12 weeks old when I met her for her first Watch Me Grow photoshoot in the Adelaide Parklands. A few weeks later, when she’d doubled in size, we spent an afternoon exploring the Barossa Valley in search of Spring Blossoms for her second shoot. The next autumn she was fully grown and a year old and so we headed up to Stirling for a shoot among the autumn leaves to celebrate all of the joy she has brought to the lives of her humans!Read More
Meet Olly then Cocker Spaniel and his Human Kate who were photographed in the Adelaide Parklands to feature in his vets waiting room.
Unfortunately Olly has since passed away.
Our thoughts are with Kate and hope that when she's ready, Olly's album will help her through the grieving process.