Category Archives: Oregon Pet Photography

The making of our family portrait

The family portrait. Education comes from everywhere. My most valuable of all the classes I have taken happened on the other side of theView full post »

The Flannifluffies

Sully, Gizmo, Mochi, Frankie Today we were at Nature’s Pet Market Wilsonville helping them celebrate their third successful year inView full post »

Pet portraits in Wilsonville

Pet portraits at Nature’s Pet Market Wilsonville.   Nature’s Pet Market Wilsonville will be celebrating their 3rd anniversaryView full post »

Next stop Wilsonville

Pet portraits at Nature’s Pet Market Wilsonville. We are thrilled to return to Nature’s Pet Market Wilsonville and help themView full post »

That’s a wrap Santa Paws

Zoe and Della With a twinkle in his eye, the jolly ol’ elf traded his red velvet and white fluff for his Southwest desert wear and heView full post »

It’s magical when Santa Paws comes for a visit

Our visit with Santa Paws at the farm last Saturday was one of the best. It was truly magical. One by one Santa Paws greeted all of theView full post »

Joy, love and a new lifetime of happiness

El Jefe, new love, new joy and a lifetime of happiness Just a little over a year ago I had the pleasure of photographing Buddy, a veryView full post »

How much joy

One of these is not like the others Can one jolly ol’ elf bring? I don’t think I have ever enjoyed working with someone as muchView full post »

One of these

Gotta love Santa Paws Is not like the others There are a few perks to doing Santa Paws in September. For me, it seems like onceView full post »

He’s makin’ a list

One of these is not like the others    And checking it twice. I have it on good authority that the Jolly Ol’ Elf himself has made hisView full post »

You know it’s gonna be a good day when

Asher the blue Weimaraner.   Your day starts with a 10 month old weimaraner puppy I want to thank everyone from the bottom of my heart forView full post »

Celebrating Nature’s Pet Salem

Gus Somehow we went from too wet to work in the garden, to spending every available minute in the the garden, to “Oh good grief, howView full post »