I’ve been photographing Harry since he turned 2 years old. Every year we have a little photoshoot outdoors somewhere in all seasons so it would seem. It’s always a new adventure. Harry, as the title suggests is a Fox Red Labrador aged 4. He’s super friendly (when you know him of course as with all […]
I hadn’t actually realised how behind I’ve got on blogging – oops! Since February it has been busy and I have sadly sacrificed the blogging part! I realise it’s important to keep up and yes I will give it a try. So, yesterday (23.6.19) myself and my husband went to Dog Fest UK in Bristol. […]
So all of this month I am offering clients past and present the opportunity to have some beautiful outdoor portraits taken of their four legged friend(s). This offer is half my usual price which is normally £125.00 per session and includes a £25.00 spend voucher. For January I’m offering this at £65.00 – yes […]
Continuing with dog breeds I’ve photographed over the last couple of years, I had the pleasure of photographing two gorgeous Airedale’s, which lets face it, are big teddies. With their tight curls and square beards, they are beautiful terriers and it might just surprise you that their coat is very soft!
Last spring (seems so far away ago given this year’s weather so far), I met with Lola the Boxer dog for her dog portrait photography session. We met up in the village of Ticknall in South Derbyshire. Lola is a very special dog as she belonged to a lovely young man called Aaron arriving at […]
Spring is almost upon us and the springtime flowers have started to peek. Today, I thought I would share a photoshoot I did last spring, I have a few to blog. Maggie, the black Labrador is the perfect model for a photoshoot. Her pretty looks, charming personality and somewhat mischievous antics from time to time […]
I met Harrison, a gorgeous Pointeraner which is Weimaraner/German Short Haired Pointer Cross, back in December 2016 – I know I’m behind in writing this but after a year, it’s not the easiest blog to write. Having a busy 2017 hasn’t helped either but I am making a firm commitment to blog more frequently. It may not […]
Calke Abbey is nestled in the the quaint village of Ticknall just 4 miles away from the main town of Swadlincote. It was owned many years ago by Harpur family until it was given to the National Trust in 1985 in lieu of death duties. It was built circa 1701/1702. It is a fantastic […]