Your pets are not ‘like family’, they are family. They become our best friends- keeping our secrets and never judging us. I believe in celebrating this bond through photographs that will last long after they outgrow the puppy stage.
The Pet Portrait Experience
We offer two portrait experience based on your needs. Signature Sessions offer the most customization and variety, perfect for gallery walls and albums. Simplicity Sessions offer a quick and efficient session that keeps the focus on your pet.
All pets allowed- dogs, cats, horses, spiders, snakes…
While our clients are usually dog owners, we love all animals and we’re willing to create sessions that capture your bond while keeping your pet safe if your pet doesn’t wear a leash.
What if my dog can’t sit still?
Let’s be real- photographing animals can be total chaos AND I LOVE IT! It’s going to be photo session full of laughter as I make silly sounds and roll on the ground and do whatever it takes to get your pet to lock eyes with the camera.
What should I bring to the session?
- A neutral-colored leash that I’ll be able remove in Photoshop.
- Small treats that gulped down in one bite. Large treats and crumbly treats tend to make a mess on your dog’s face and on the set.
- Favorite toys if they’re still in decent shape. Balls, tug ropes, and squeakers are great.
- Pet waste bags.
THE BIG QUESTION- Is Katie a dog person or a cat person?
I’ve always considered myself a cat person, mostly due to my independent and introverted personality. I have two kitties- Tony and Jack- that like to curl up with me as I sleep but otherwise do their own thing. On the other hand, I can’t resist babytalking and playing outside with my two rescue mutts- Lady and Bruno. So I guess I’m both!
Ready for your pet’s close up? Fill out the form below and I’ll be in touch!