The Session

The Session.

From meeting you and the animals, taking the images and processing them, to the final product in your home! All sessions include travel within 10 miles of the Lancaster area. If you are further a field don’t hesitate to get in touch.


Our bespoke package offering 3+ hours of time. Horse owners, and those who have many animals can take full advantage here. Included in the price is a 10×8 mounted print and 20% off your print order. Yards can split the cost, and have fun as a group!



The Basset offers up to 90 minutes of shooting time either at your home or on location. Perfect for all pets…even the more unusual type! Price based upon 2 animals.


I am also available for any events in the area, even in the wettest conditions – as shown below with the Bay Vets dog show at Caton Gala 2017!  Should you wish to book me – please get in touch for a quote.

Dog Shows

Event Photography

The Final Product

This is where you see your day come to life! After your session is complete, time is spent refining your photos and selecting the ones you will love. Using an award winning UK lab you can choose from a choice of prints, boxes and other wall art to show off your animal! Take a quick look!

There’s nothing better than seeing people react to photo’s of their pets so your viewing and product ordering of your session will be in your home, or at a mutual location!

Each product bought comes with its own digital copy for web use!






My dog will need to be on lead, is that a problem?

During the editing process I can remove any leads/headcollars if needed so don’t worry if you can’t have your dog off lead during the session. Collars are preferred over harnesses as it makes it easier to touch up!



She’s a little timid around strangers but I really want a photoshoot, how would this work?

We know when our animals are stressed and we try and avoid ever making them that way, and this doesn’t change on a photoshoot. Some dogs don’t feel comfortable around new people, and some don’t like cameras!   I don’t have to be in your dog’s space at any point, my equipment will allow me to photograph them from a distance, but I will always let the animal suss me out in their own time. Patience is one of the most important things when working with animals!


What should I bring with me, and how should I prepare?

Dogs usually love to play, but there are a few who aren’t interested in toys at all! Treats are a good substitute. If they do like to play, feel free to bring as many toys as you wish. Partners/friends are welcome too if you think your dog might need a little extra help! If we are not near a water source, be sure to bring some along for them, as well as poo bags! Should your dog need to be kept on a lead, long black thin one will work for them. Collars are preferred over harnesses to show your dog off when on lead but if you don’t have a problem with them in your photos, feel free to keep it on!

Long haired breeds may need grooming prior to the session to make them look smart, but also be sure that their eyes are visible, we connect with eyes and we like to see them in photos! Bring something to wipe their eyes with if they are usually a ‘teary’ dog.

For horses, give them a good groom, smarten manes and tails and make their white bits, white (little stains won’t matter if they can’t be bathed!) You may wish to plait your horse for the extra smart look. If you are using tack, give that a quick wipe over and have a sponge ready on the day to touch up and clean the horses mouth/eyes etc whilst we are shooting. A helper would come in handy to wave their arms and make noises to get those ears up!




NEW FOR 2018

Many people are a fan of black background work. I’m offering Black Background sessions for horse owners this year! Make your horse stand out for only £30. Please contact for more details!