I’ve been digging through my old photos and found these pictures I took of Pippin in 2013. He’s the cutest, most energetic little dog. He loves walks, playing fetch and licking you all over.
Cate was kind enough to model this floral headband for our very first issue of Side Project. I made this floral headband out of artificial flowers and floral wire, you can check out the tutorial in Issue 1 if you are interested.
During my last visit to Melbourne, my friend J wanted to adopt her first cat. Being an avid cat lover, I was so eager to be a part of this process. We collected cat items such as food, scratch posts and other things, then went to the Lost Dog’s Home in Melbourne to see if any of the cats would catch our eye. Maximus was quietly sleeping in his cage despite the sound of almost every other cat yowling in their enclosures. When we each held Max and went for a little walk around the room, he sat peacefully in our arms. He seemed like the perfect little calm cat! They didn’t know anything about Max except that he was found as a stray. J fell in love with his cute little face so she filled out the paperwork and brought him back to his new home. I captured some images of him once he had settled in.
There’s something joyful about photographing dogs – their excitement and curiosity about life in general is so infectious. It’s so hard not to feel happy looking at these images of Cate’s two schnauzers; Daisy the puppy and Luka the not-puppy. Enjoy the photos!
If you’d like me to capture your dog’s joy at your home or a local park around Perth (Australia), email me at email@example.com and let’s chat :) I am taking bookings for March!