If you are expecting the arrival of a new puppy or kitten, want images of your pet with family members or if you are looking for end-of-life images for your older four-legged friends I can create timeless images that bring everlasting memories.

I can meet you in an Oxfordshire location or come to your garden. I will take some photographs of your pet on their own  and we will make time to get some of you together.

I mix my love of outdoors with my love for animals and can join you to take photographs of your pets within 30 miles of Oxford in an Oxfordshire location. I love taking photographs of horses, dogs and cats – and I have been known to do a photoshoot or two of some beautifully coloured (and large) reticulated python.

Owning a creative pet portrait is an investment that will continue to make you smile for many years to come.   To make sure we get the best photographs possible there will be no rush and I will spend time getting to know you and your pet.

Overall, we’ll have fun and you will receive some amazing images. You can have a choice of product to be able to display you photographs on the wall or in an album. I’d love to hear from you an meet you fur friends.

Dog Portrait Photoshoot, Oxfordshire
Pet Portrait Photoshoot
Pet Photoshoot with Rocky the dog


 Helen was amazing with my dog and spotted beautiful spots for stunning photos. I am over the moon with the photos and can 100% recommend Helen to capture the character and beauty of your much loved pet.


Pet Photography – your investment


All pet photoshoot sessions include:

A relaxed and informal photography session of your pet starting at  an agreed location in Oxfordshire.

Telephone consultation to find out more about your pet and their personality, likes and dislikes.

Editing of images to ensure they look their very best.

£50 deposit secures your booking.

Please note: The mini pet photoshoot is available at a chosen location (usually Wittenham Clumps near Didcot, Bagley Woods or Shotover Country Park near Oxford).

The midi and maxi pet photography can be arranged within a 30 mile radius of Oxford.


Pet Photography, Cat Photography

A relaxed and informal session lasting up to 30 minutes at an outdoor location in Abingdon area only. 

3 high definition digital images ready to print. 

Additional digital images, physical print collections and products are available at an additional cost.


Available dates 24 February 2024 


No further dates until June 2024 



Oxfordshire Pet Photography

A relaxed and informal session lasting 1 – 2 hours at an agreed location.

Your choice of 20 digital images  in high definition.

Three 10 x 8 inch prints

extra prints and products available at an additional cost.






Puppy Pet Photography


A relaxed and informal session lasting 1 – 2 hours at an agreed location near you

35 finished images in high definition.

 One Free 30 x 20 inch canvas from 1 march 2024 – 1 June 2024

You receive a presentation box which contains 10 quality mounted prints size 10 X 8 INCH FROM YOUR CHOSEN images. 

You will receive £100 discount on framed wall art



The Gallery



We think our photos are amazing and we will cherish these images forever and we can’t thank you enough.



Since we consider our pets to be members of our family, it follows that we want to remember them with photographs. I aim to capture your pet’s personality and the cute things that they do. I aim for natural shots and where possible some poses.

There are four easy steps to your photoshoot.

1. Contact me to book your session

2. Meet me for your photoshoot

3. Come and pick your favourite images and products

4. Enjoy your memories.


What if my pet plays up?

 Our pets might not always be keen to have their photograph taken or cooperate during the time we are together. We will have a discussion with you to work out beforehand about their personality what they like and the best time of day for them. We will plan the session and if needed will use favourite toys and treats. 

I usually suggest that your dog wears a collar and lead if needed and this can be removed during post production editing. 

It is likely we will take action shots first and once your pet settles down look to take some close ups and other poses. Whatever happens we will go with the flow and see how it goes! I look forward to working with you! We’re going to have a pawsome time! 



Dog and Puppy Photography Oxfordshire