It’s just over 3 1/2 years since my PawTraits Project started with a trip to Wellington to photograph Milly & Michelle.
Now I’m heading back!!! We are going down to meet Jett & Paul.
Jett is a big beautiful black labrador and he is Paul’s best mate. Jett has recently been diagnosed with lymphoma and when Paul reached out to see if I would be in Wellington any time soon, I knew it was time for a PawTraits Project.
To assist with the travel costs, I’m offering four Little Paws Mini Sessions in Wellington. As of today, there is one space left!
If a Pet Photography session isn’t your thing and you’d still like to help out, you can make a donation to the PawTraits Project via Paypal.
Meet the families of the PawTraits Project:
Josh was nominated by his sister Toni for the 2015 PawTraits Pet Photography Session project. Her nomination read: I want to nominate my brother, not because his dog is old or sick but he is. He actually has a terminal disease so this would be so nice for him to...read more
When I started out, I made sure that donating Pet Photography Sessions was a serious part of my business plan. It gives me great pleasure to see the families of older or ill pets viewing the photographs that we made especially for them and for the time when their...read more
It’s been far too long since I blogged a Pet Photography Session and when I realised that I still had Ceres and Dwayne's to do - well that gave me a real shock! I had met Dwayne’s sister Emma at the Tamahere Markets one weekend and it was her nomination that really...read more
One of the best things about Pet Photography Sessions is not the photographs - well not JUST the photographs - but it is the stories. Floyd and his family - Fi, Phil and the gorgeous Plum - were nominated for their session by their wonderful friend Jess and in...read more
Maddy - and her parents Annalie and Ian - were nominated for my Autumn Rewards Paw-Trait sessions by no less than three different people. Thanks to the project reaching its crowdfunding target, I immediately booked a flight to Wellington and went to meet this...read more
I have known Michelle for a couple of years now. We met through Twitter, through a shared friend circle and through our love of tattoos. Michelle adopted Milly the Bull Mastiff around 11 years ago whilst she was still living in Canada. When Michelle...read more