I can create awesome cow paintings etc but I can also paint your pets!

Please email me: [email protected] for a price list and receive 10% off your first order!

I have all different size canvases from 20” x 16” to 6ft x 4ft. Please email me with your photos so I can suggest the right size canvas. I do get very busy with commissions but please do not hesitate to call or email me for more information. My normal lead time is 8 weeks to 12 weeks but sometimes this can be longer at extremely busy times however I can juggle my time to help out a client.

Below are examples of the commissions I have undertaken. See below for advise on how to photograph your pet. Photos can be emailed to me via [email protected], Whatsapp or Facebook Messenger.

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How to Photograph your Dog

My dog really doesn’t like having the camera pointed at him but can become very interested and animated if I have a treat in my hand, this always brings out the best expression on his face. You will know how to bring out the best in your pet, it maybe worth enlisting the help of another person to assist you with this. (If someone is holding your pet for you I am able to paint them out if need be).

Try to get the subject in a good light and to look to one side of you not directly down the lens of the camera. A slight angle to the side is much better, this pose is better than face on or completely side view (profile).

Get down to the same level as your subject, even if it means lying on the floor to get the best shots. Looking down on the subject will result in an odd pose that makes the subject look like they have a big head on a little body, not flattering.