Billie and Josh
The first time I went to the Auckland SPCA Animal Hospital at Mangere, I came home with a 6 week old sick kitten. He is now a
But wait, there’s more …
From the 1st of May 2015, $15.00 from every Pet Photography Session will be donated to my chosen charity: Chained Dog Awareness in New Zealand.
if you are
if you are holding a charity auction and would like a gift voucher
if you are creating publicity, needing adoption photos or want to use an image
then please contact me as I’d love to help.
And still more … The PawTraits Project Sessions
Our pets very quickly wiggle their way into our homes, our lives and our hearts.
A Pet Photography Session provides a lasting and unique memory of the love we share with those animals but I know, that for some, a Pet Photography Session is a luxury expense that is out of each.
The PawTraits Project is open to anyone in New Zealand. You nominate the families, together we raise the travel funds and I make the sessions happen and gift all of the edited digital photographs as well as a ready to frame print.
The link to nominate is at the bottom of this page.
Our current PawTraits Project Session is going to be in … Wellington (September 2017)
To help us raise a little more for Jett & Paul, you can book a Mini Session with me or simply donate a few dollars. Every little bit helps!
Mini Sessions: Book Now
PawTraits Project: Donate Now
Read some of the inspirational stories of family, love and rescue.
Welcome to the August Adoptables Blog! These beautiful creatures are all ready to join your family and are available to meet through Chained Dog Awareness in New Zealand. Ziggy She is so super smart and fun to hang out with - and who could resist those ears! I heard a...read more
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 have...read more
As Pet Photographers, we see all sides of life with our companion animals. We see rescued animals taken into wonderful homes where they are elevated to true family members immediately, we see animals found in gutters and bags bought into groups who exist to care,...read more