Our pets give us so much unconditional love and enjoyment every day. Why not celebrate their life with a fun-filled natural light photography session? Having over five years of photographing experience in both the canine and equine worlds combined, I have the knowledge and expertise to create beautiful custom artworks that can be cherished for years to come.
My journey began in the equine world travelling up and down the East Coast of Australia attending various shows and events. Within the last two years I have broadened my subjects to include our canine friends, while assisting Sydney rescue groups capture memorable images of dogs searching for their new homes. I have been lucky enough to encounter all sorts of dog breeds and personalities, from high-energy puppies to gentle older dogs and everything in between.
I believe there's nothing more precious than memories, and though our pets always live on in our hearts, I am passionate about capturing those special moments with your pets so you can treasure them for a lifetime.
Canines of Character
Canines of Character is a photographic journey celebrating the unique
personalities of our favourite four-legged friends, all while raising money for Rescue Hub. Volume one is a 504 page hard cover book, featuring more than 100 dogs of different shapes, sizes and breeds.
Photography has always been a passion and I am so grateful I can combine
it with my love of animals. Dogs and horses have always been a big part
of my life, I can't remember a time without them! You can read more
about my photographic journey and my best friends Archie and Chico below.
Saving lives with photography
At any one given time there are between 3,500 - 4,000 dogs in pounds all
across New South Wales, and that is frightening! I volunteer with
Rescue Hub once a week at Hawkesbury Companion Animal Shelter
photographing and exercising all the medium to large dogs currently
waiting for their new home.
What people are saying
"Having one super friendly dog and one anxious dog, I was worried that once we left home my dogs would be all over the place. Allira was wonderful, I could see both Zyla and Nahla relax with her almost instantly. We even managed to get a photo of them together, which is my absolute favourite image that we have hanging proudly in our living room." - Stef with Zyla and Nahla
Behind the scenes
Want to take a look behind the scenes of a photographic session?
Meet Jacko, Taffy, Narla, Dash, Mia, Teddy and George during their
Canines of Character mini sessions.