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Pet Photography 52 Weeks Project – Week 1 – Shiny

A shiny theme to the first blog post of 2019

Sunday Sessions 2018 – Pet Photography Fundraiser Wrap-up

A wrap-up of my inaugural Sunday Sessions pet photography fundraiser to support Penny Marathon

Jack – The little lost JRT dog who started it all

The story of how I began my journey into the world of animal rescue photography… thanks to a chance meeting with a little lost Jack Russell Terrier named Jack… but was he really lost?

Barkjour – Photographing dogs in Southern France

I suggest you grab a glass of chilled French Rosé and a cheese platter for this blog on Barkjour… it’s quite detailed but I think you’ll find it interesting and hopefully entertaining!

A Chance Meeting

The story behind my beautiful chance meeting with the gorgeous rescue Kelpie Chance at Observatory Hilly in Sydney

The Inaugural Companion Animal Rescue Awards

Our rescue and shelter community works extremely hard, and for many on a volunteer basis, and these awards will recognise those efforts.

Top 5 Tips for Photographing Shelter Pets

Are you aspiring to offer your talent to your local animal shelter or rescue group? Here are my top 5 tips for photographing shelter pets.

An Ethical Dog Food Choice

I’ve discovered a raw food for our #3dogkateers which is delicious and also ethical – and they couldn’t be happier

Photoshoot – Tilly the Cavadoodle at Gunnamatta Bay

Join Tilly and her Pawrents and share her joy in a Midsummer’s late afternoon romp at Gunnamatta beach – and wait until you see that tongue!

Dehydrated Healthy Dog Treats

Making my own healthy treats for the #3dogkateers with absolutely nothing added – and are as good for your dogs as they are delicious