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Pet Photography | In Studio or On Location

Organizing your pet photography session Photographing people and their pets is one of our favorite things to do - especially if you have a cute pup! (We are very much dog people.) There’s something fun about every family dynamic when a…
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Tips to Prepare Your Dog for a Photo Session

How to have the best photoshoot with your dog You’ve booked a photo session with your dog. You want to spend the day playing with your four-legged best friend in order to capture them as part of your family. Dealing with pets can get tricky…

Boston Family Photography | Caroline, Josh, Kayla, and Maddy

A beautiful in-home session Caroline and Josh invited me into their home for some family time. They wanted to capture some moments together with their baby Kayla and their dog Maddy. I love photographing families in their homes - especially…
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Natural Family Photography: Alex, Joe, and Kooza

Capturing natural family photography is my favorite. Getting those in-between moments where no one is being anyone else besides themselves is so important.  With Alex, Joe, and their Dog, Kooza, this was no problem.  Although all three…
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Boston Pet Photography - Superdog!

Boston pet photography can sometimes be difficult. Trying to communicate with a little animal who doesn't speak english and is way more interested in squirrels than pictures is tough! Sometimes though, there are dogs who are seemingly made…
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Boston Pet Photography: Playful Black Lab-Terrier

Doing boston pet photography is such a blast with dogs like Riley! When he was just 6 months old, his human, Rosemary, rescued him from a shelter in Tennessee.  Because of the high number of dogs in shelters in the South and the low adoption…

Australian Cattle Rescue dog - Luna

I met the absolute sweetest rescue pup, Luna, an Australian Cattle Dog mix. She is loving, high energy, and most importantly - healthy. As a puppy, Luna underwent heartworm treatment, which involved being secluded to her crate 90% of the…

World's first cardiac alert service dog - Adele

Marty loves that her retired service dog, Adele, saved her life daily. Adele is the world's first cardiac alert dog.