I’m not your average pet photographer.
But that’s ok, because you’re not your average pet parent.
My rabbit runs into walls frequently. He also acts like an addict when I bring a carrot out for a treat and has been known to hump other rabbits faces.
Lentil has a moderate case of spray legs and as a result he looks like he has had one too many martinis when he does zoomies around the house. When I come home from holidays, he lets me know his displeasure with me for leaving by sitting in the corner with his back to me, within my line of vision, for at least 30 minutes. He is definitely not a lap bunny but shows his affection when no one else is around by sitting as close to my feet as possible without actually touching.
These are only some of the quirks that I love about Lentil and what makes him… well Lentil. If I ever got another chocolate mini-lop, while they might look similar, that list would be totally different!
And I’m sure as you were reading about Lentils quirks, all those funny little traits that make up your own furry companion’s personality came to mind!
That’s why I do what I do! The pet art that I create is about celebrating the quirks that make our pets uniquely ours.
Together we will dream up the portrait that will show off your fur child’s personality and then I’ll make it happen. Easy!
“But he never stays still for the camera”
“She doesn’t ‘perform’ as soon as the camera comes out”
“Love him to bits but let’s be honest, he is the worst trained dog ever!”
You have just described a major chunk of pets! And that’s what I’m here for. There are plenty of little tricks and plain ol’ patience to get the best out of your pet photography experience.
I may not be the pet photographer for everyone – I love individuality, quirkiness and what makes a pet and their human’s relationships unique – so if you’re looking for a portrait of your pet in a studio environment with a white or black background, then I’m not your photographer. Sorry. Not Sorry.