If you’ve ever had traditional studio portraits made of your children, or perhaps a family portrait, you know how stunning the results can be. We know that your pet is a cherished part of your family, too, and he deserves an art piece to show him off right along your kids or grandkids.
There are so many different ways to share your pet portrait.
From traditional framed wall art to holiday cards, the possibilities are endless for what you can create with your best friend’s portrait.
It’s easier than you might think.
I’m the first to admit that pets aren’t always cooperative in the studio. It can take a lot of patience, perseverance, and passion for making portrait arts to get that shot you’ve been dreaming about. I don’t mind if your pet acts crazy--I have a crazy dog of my own and I love that puppy energy!
So, you can sit back and relax knowing that I’ll do what it takes to get that shot. (Even if it means laying down in the floor next to her--like I did with this sweet Boykin Spaniel pup. South Carolina’s state dog is one of my favorite breeds to capture!)
You will always cherish seeing your dog’s innocence, dignity, and beauty.
You may think it would be hard to capture their personalities in a studio setting (it’s so different from their daily lives in your home!), but somehow we manage to catch what makes them so special to you.
You’ll never regret having this memory, even after your pet is gone.
Unfortunately, our furry friends don’t live forever. One day you’ll be gone and you’ll be left with your memories. Most pet owners tell me they wish they had taken more photos of their pets that show them how they want to remember them--whether they’re regal and stately or more silly and clumsy.