Tash will be in front of my lens again next month to get involved in our Barking Beautiful project, and for her SIXTH Bitsa Bernard shoot.. (don’t say I didn’t warn you that our photoshoots are addictive!)
We’ve been doing this almost annually (we just missed 2015), since Tash won a photoshoot in a Mothers Day raffle with Forever Friends Animal Rescue Latrobe in 2013. Over the years we’ve turned her house into a Bitsa Bernard gallery with photographs in almost every room of her two cats; Jeffrey and Millicent, her Dalmation; Tobias, two special rescues; Zali and Gracie, and her two new puppies; Bentley and Lacey. I have been told that this next shoot is purely for table art though (a folio box to be precise)..! Read More
Aimee’s first shoot was way back in 2014! It included her two young kids, who have of course grown over the years, and so last year we spent another afternoon together to capture her family as it is now! Read More
Amy’s first shoot was back in 2015 when she organised a shoot at her family home, and then Port Albert.. a place that holds memories for many Gippslanders!
Over the years, with her big heart, Amy has foster and adopted dogs which quickly become part of her cherished family. Each dog I’ve met has thrived with Amy’s care and are always with her much longer than predicted. I’ve been lucky enough to photograph Amy’s beautiful family a number of times and am looking forward to doing it all again. Read More
You might recognise these two boys from their feature in my fundraiser book, Tails of Gippsland. That was their first Bitsa Bernard shoot, and since then, Katia wanted a park shoot too.. and what better location than Mossvale Park during autumn? Read More