Dog photographer Berkshire

Every Dog Deserves a Portrait

Personal projects are very important for keeping Hannah creative and inspired, and this year we have decided to put her skills with pets to the test by creating a panel of images of injured or disabled dogs - all in the studio, in black and white.

We had our first dog Eden in last week. Eden was found living feral after being dumped to fend for herself. She was due to be put to sleep but luckily Tracey, her owner, volunteered to rescue her. She now has Degenerative Myelopathy which is a wasting disease affecting the hind limbs, hence her using the chair to get around (which she is very fast in, as we found out at the shoot!)

If you have, or know anyone, with any injured or disabled dogs that would be interested in joining our project we are offering a free hour shoot (worth £75) and also £200 voucher to spend on photos from the shoot. Do get in touch via with your dogs story and some photos. We can't guarantee to be able to use everyone as we have limited spaces available for these shoots, but we would love to hear from you.

Hannah's Associateship Panel

Hannah recently gained her Associateship with a panel called "Guys and Dogs". This is a very prestigious qualification given through the Master Photographers Association, only handed out to a handful of members each year. It is given to photographers who "denote a high level of craftsmanship and individual creativity" - Master Photographers Association. We are incredibly proud of this achievement and it was amazing to see her receive her certificate onstage at the latest Master Photographer Awards.

Here is her full panel in all its glory!