In this blogpost, I share an insight into our progress with Alan’s anxiety, and also reveal a discount code for one of our favourite products which has massively helped us with his behaviour.Read More
On Bertie’s photoshoot, he gave me a grand tour of his garden, showing me all of his favourite things to sniff and investigate.Read More
Amber has to leave soon. The world's calling for her next big adventure, which sadly, means a lot of impending goodbyes are on the horizon. But the most painful of them all will be to Clive. Her best friend, her counsellor ... her cat.Read More
One of my favourite things about being a dog owner is how people are brought together organically. You naturally stop and chat with people in the community, something that’s a bit of a rarity in today’s iPhone driven world. I had the pleasure of photographing two of my favourite park pals - Geoff and his dog Tilly.Read More
A few months ago I had the pleasure of meeting children's book illustrator Kate Pankhurst and her studio sidekick, Olive the Dalmation. While Kate draws, designs and brings stories to life, Olive gets a run of the whole top floor of Sunny Bank Mills. By chance I got to meet Kate and Olive and had an insight into their working day at the studio. And yes. A studio Dalmation really is as lovely as it sounds.Read More
To officially mark the beginning of Spring, last weekend I photographed Millie the Labradoodle, the winner of my Springtime photo-shoot competition. I met with Millie's owners Helen & Paul at their home in Washington and just like any other day, we took Millie on her daily walk but this time, I was there to capture Millie every step of the way.Read More
As I recall my first ever shoot as a pet photographer, I think about the friendly barks I received from Tara the Rhodesian Ridgeback. I had an instant rush of adrenaline, mixed with excitement and nervousness. I’m not going to lie, I did think for a second, what have I let myself in for? But at the same time I was completely in my comfort zone, and making friends with Tara felt completely natural.