What to Expect

From our cosy studio to the drama of the great outdoors we guarantee that you and your dogs will have a fabulous experience with us as we create a range of dynamic images full of emotion, capturing the fun, serious, tender and crazy sides of your ‘best friend’.

Once your portrait experience is booked with us we look forward to welcoming you to our studio. We’ll begin by creating a collection of our beautiful signature ‘noir’ style portraits, gloriously dark yet amazingly detailed. The light so expertly crafted around your dog highlighting their true character and personality you know so well.

Then it’s boots and wellies on and off we venture into ‘the great outdoors’, and using water , woodland and the surrounding countryside as a backdrop we’ll capture a further collection of breath-taking action shots of your dog having fun and loving life!

You’ll be invited back to view a selection of professionally edited images a few days later. Same day viewing can be arranged if you’ve travelled a distance.

The price of the portrait experience is £45 and as a guide the time we spend together is a couple of hours. We don’t charge for multiple doggies from the same family.

We have a fabulous range of carefully selected products to display your beautiful images in your home. Desk Art starts at £75 and amazing Wall Art starts at £125. Bespoke Albums and Folio Boxes are also available.

“The results are truly breath taking… From the shoot, viewing to purchasing our photos I cannot fault anything. Absolutely one of the best gifts my partner has ever bought me. Thank you Nigel…”

Beth Duranti

Sharing the last 13 years with our beautiful rescue boy Jet has really given me a deep understanding of the love we all have for our four legged friends, and this I truly believe enables me to connect with dogs and their owners throughout the time we spend together during a portrait experience.

Autumn Years

Pups become best pals in the blink of an eye and as any dog lover will testify, the time we have with our pets is fleeting.

As the seasons of a dog’s life pass by, we recall the exuberance of spring youth, the adventures of summer vigour and, of course, the more sedate pace of those autumn years.

Being a lifelong dog owner, Nigel has an affinity with his clients and is able to create beautiful, heartwarming portraiture of dogs in later years.

If your dog is nearing the end of his or her life and you are considering portrait photography, call Nigel. He will always prioritise appointments for older dogs and can even come to you in order to minimise the stress of travel.