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My Journey as a Pet Photographer: A Labor of Love

As I sit here with my furry sidekick Kona by my side, I'm reminded of why I do what I do. It all started back in 2009 when I adopted my two cats, Lisa-Lee and Poly-ana. Living far from family and friends, I wanted to capture our adventures and share them with loved ones. That's when my passion for pet photography was born.





Fast forward to today, and I've had the privilege of learning from the best in the business, from Hair of the Dog to Unleashed Pet Photography. I've also connected with talented local pet photographers like Vancouver Pet Photography and Furry Friends Photography (be sure to check them out) who share my passion. Together, we support and inspire each other to capture the beauty and joy of furry friendships.





Some of my most treasured memories are from photo shoots that touched my heart. Like the time I worked with the APD K-9 Unit (pro bono) - what an honour! Or the moment I captured Gryff's first ocean experience - pure joy! And then there are the rescue animals I've had the privilege to photograph, like Jessie, Twinkles, and Martin, whose stories I love sharing.





My approach is simple: natural light, outdoor settings, vibrant colors, and warmth. I want to capture life's precious moments with our furkids in special places, not in a studio. I prioritize safety, patience, and positive reinforcement, ensuring a gentle and kind experience for all.

When I collaborate with Allstars K9 Training, photographing their talented movie pups, it's always a blast! Here are some behind-the-scenes and finished images from our shoots.





As a pet photographer, my goal is to capture the love and connection we share with our pets. I believe every moment with them is precious, and I'm dedicated to preserving those moments through photography.


If you're a pet parent who wants to cherish your pet's special moments, let's work together to create some magic!

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Preserve the love, laughter, and tail wags that make life paw-some!

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