2017 Holiday Pet Photography Special

I get very happy this time of year because the weather is changing and the Fall weather will be here soon!

In honor of this, I’m getting my Holiday Pet Photography Special out early this year so we can take advantage of the gorgeous weather!

Call me at 951-265-0517 to get started planning for your 2017 portrait and cards!


Posted in Pet Photography Special

Meet Our Friend Lilly

Lilly was our mischievous little beige cat for 16 years and we enjoyed her so much. She was such a fun kitty to play with and she had an obvious sense of humor and liked to play and be involved in whatever we were doing!

This past year she’s been my office cat so I can keep an eye on her because she was suffering with a medical condition that we just could no longer let her go on enduring. This is THE worst part of all this and despite the amount of pets we have it never seems to get any easier.

We really miss her frown already ūüôĀ but I also feel like she is still here, saying her funny little “gwahhh gwahhh” meaow and looking around to see what of mine was around she could steal and chomp on before running away in glee. We miss you Lilly so much, and thank you for being our dear friend for such a long time.

Lilly also went by, “Lillers, Yellowhead, The Chomper” and lots of “Hey get outta there you!” exclamations. She was blind in her left eye we don’t know what happened to her but she was in pretty sad shape when they found her in a repair shop. She was tough though and it never seemed to bother her too much but she did misjudge distances often. Nevertheless I saw perform some incredible feats of agility. Super determined little thing I should have never taught her to unroll the toilet paper. Took me years to get her to unlearn that but it always gave me a chuckle to come in and find her claw marks because I knew she’d had a blast.

Bye for now Lilly, we love you to pieces.


Posted in Cat Painting, Pet Paintings, Professional Pet Photography

Little Man Tito – Min Pin Session in Temecula!

Oh this little guy is so full of personality! Tito’s lovely owner had some concerns about how excited he becomes over folks and other dogs walking by, so we planned our session on the edge of the park where it was quieter. We ended up with surprise guests and guess what he did great! He was excited! But that was ok, because he was having so much fun and getting treats that our session took first place in his priorities, haha, it’s was very and extremely cute!

When I have sessions like this I love the fact that the pet photography turns out with a very lively feeling to it. Letting pets have fun is a great way to go, they really don’t necessarily¬†HAVE to stand that still. I am of course always ready for the little moment when they do. I think we were all very pleased with this dog photography session. It certainly had all the elements I look for and I know my client loved the images so much as well. Meeting little Tito was certainly a pleasure and I’d predicted a dog named Tito would be. I hope to see them again sometime we can catch up!






Posted in Dog Photographer, Enviromental Pet Photography, Pet Photography Session, Professional Pet Photography

Annie and Linda – Pet Photography – Healthy Pet Magazine

I’ve been waiting,¬†not so patiently, for the summer publication of Healthy Pet, published by www.vetstreet.com and yay! It’s out! Annie, the rescue dog I photographed is a small Chihuahua who has survived some harrowing experiences. I guess you can her a death defying little rescue. She survived living on the streets, a¬†severe case of kennel cough and even a rattlesnake bite. She is such a tiny little thing that¬†it all seems very remarkable when you meet her.

Annie and Linda, her very loving owner, met me at a gorgeous park in the shadow of the San Bernardino mountains. Let me tell you something she LOVES Linda, it was very cute. I was able to strategically place Linda wherever I wanted Annie to look. Though tiny she has a proud little stance but is also very loving. She wants to look you in the face and will literally climb up your leg like a cat does. I saw her do it to Linda! So funny, she has a lot of personality. So glad none of those very serious experiences did her in.

Photographing Annie was an inspiring reminder that it doesn’t matter how big you are but really¬†the¬†strength of¬†your heart and spirit. I have no doubt she can handle anything in her future and I hope that it’s just love, pets and long walks with her beloved¬†Linda.

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Posted in Commercial Pet Photography, Professional Pet Photography, Published Photography, Rescue Dogs

Bonnie & Gino BFF’s Furrever

Bonnie & Gino BFF's Furrever

These two are just very close, and¬†it is so obvious when you are with them! I really liked Gino, he is super layed back and has a great smile. I loved his pretty eyes too with a unique little fleck in it that stands out and gives him a special look that is all his. I think Gino did great especially since the park was rather busy that day and he was just interested in all that was going on without being nervous. I think was very into the treats! Fine with us, we had a nice walk and enjoyed the atmosphere and very pretty scenery and found some great spots that we had all to ourselves. I wasn’t sure how Gino would be feeling that day as he is in remission right now but he is doing great. Bonnie’s thoughtful fianc√© Tim gifted her the session what a sweet guy. I think he¬†get fianc√© of the year award, hands down!

Here are a few more of the beautiful photos we took that day:

mixed breed dog portrait

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dog portrait by lake


dog portrait with lady

Posted in Dog Photographer, Enviromental Pet Photography, Family Photography, Inland Empire Pet Photography, Pet Photography Session, Professional Pet Photography