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Hi, I'm Jo and this is my story!

However long our pets are with us, it is never long enough, so don't leave it too late as I did to make some treasured memories that you will never forget.  In the blink of an eye, time passes and our fur babies are gone from our lives, sometimes suddenly and when least expected.  Believe me, I understand that life and work commitments can be all consuming, I was that person too and this happened to me!  

So, let me tell you a story about why I became a Pet Photographer after a long and successful Police career!

Jasper was an adorably cute, very independent and stubborn West Highland Terrier. I had him from a pup and I adored him!  But suddenly and without warning, he passed away.  Following his death and as I grieved his loss, I started to look for photos of him that I could frame and put on my wall at home. I then discovered I had taken hundreds of photos of him with my mobile phone, but none were of sufficient quality to have framed. To this day, this remains a profound regret and is why I first picked up a camera when Archie, a precocious, loving and mischievous Cavapoo came into my life!  Since then I have photographed all of the milestones in his little life and proudly display stunning framed images throughout my home!

This experience brought about a realisation that there were undoubtedly countless other people in the same situation as me.

In that moment I had a burning desire to provide not just stunning portraits for families who adore their pets but also provide them with an unforgettable experience that puts their treasured pet front and centre and completely spoils them with fun, games and yummy treats!  

I would be honoured to have the opportunity to capture the very special personality of your beloved pet(s) and provide you with stunning portraits for you to remember forever!

Don't hesitate to get in touch if you want to book a session with me or if you're not ready yet and just have some questions.  I would love to chat with you!  

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