The latest & a Mother's Day treat of 15% discount

Firstly - the treat! I’m offering a 15% discount for all new dog portrait bookings made between today and the end of Saturday 6th April, all in the name of Mother’s Day. Perhaps you have a lady in your life who is Mother to a small human, or indeed a canine! Click here to email me and purchase your gift voucher towards a studio session (based in London). This can then be redeemed anytime up to Tuesday 1st October 2019.

Secondly - the update. I’ve had some top dogs in the studio recently, from Boston terriers Winston and Bruno (separate owners might I add!) to beautiful Schnauzer Poncho. Here’s some of my favourites. As ever, have a browse of my portfolio here, book a session here, or simply get in touch for a chat here.

Until next time…

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Bullet, a mini schichi with a huge heart

Bullet the shichi (Shitzu x Chihuahua) visited the studio at the start of the week. I had to set up a full height table for this little gal - as her owner describes her she’s the size of a squirrel with the heart of a lion. She’s certainly small but very entertaining. I couldn’t ask anything better of a dog to sit and wait as long as she did - Bullet’s a pro when it comes to having her photograph taken. Here’s a couple of my favourites.

You can find Bullet over on Instagram here: @minibbulletdog

Welcome to 2019 and our January sale

Alex here. I’m excited for 2019! I’m looking forward to my January bookings and meeting more of you dog owners and your canine pals.

To kick off this year I’m offering 25% off all of my packages (listed here) for all bookings made in January. Just quote ‘JanDog19’ with your enquiry/booking request and we’ll sort the rest. Have a peek at the gallery here for some inspiration…

In the meantime here are a couple of photographs from my latest shoot with lovable duo Maggie and Hal, a 6-month old Bull Terrier and gorgeous black lab. We were able to hand-deliver two bespoke framed prints just in time for Christmas too which is always a real pleasure.


Of course I can’t post without mentioning my right-hand man Ludo. He spent his first proper Christmas with us and relished being the centre of attention, but now I’m back in the studio he’s back in front of the camera - we’ve both got to practise our skills!