BC photography

Cooper & Lucy |Cold Lake Photographer|


My heart is full. ❤️

This was the first time either of them had gone swimming. We have brought them to the river in Edmonton however we would not go far into the water. Lucy nailed this underwater session! Cooper, not so much…

As long as we had high value treats Lucy was willing to go into the water and deep enough to swim. Overall Lucy is a successful swimmer if needed. Cooper, however, was terrified. No amount of love, treats or other dogs, could convince her to go swimming. I guess she will be out sunbathing dock dog.

Willow & Colonel |Cold Lake Waterdog Photography|


Now Booking underwater sessions! 

Water sessions are becoming my favourite. Even though I find them sometimes difficult, they turn out to be something truly unique.  Create a one-of-a-kind canvas of your best friend with me.

Check out Gracie's underwater session in the blog! 

Gracie |Cold Lake Water Photographer|



Two weeks ago I had an amazing experience shooting with underwater housing; and it scared the shit out of me… The housing based off looks is a glorified Ziploc bag. It has a zip seal at the top and fold down velcro. Despite its simple construction, the waterproof Dicapac case held up! It was a little awkward using but this was mainly because I always have a battery grip on and the case is not designed for this. (I did not have the little door to take off the battery grip.)  Click HERE to learn more about the underwater case I used. 

Overall I am very proud of the images that were created. It is always good to stretch your skills and to learn new things. I will definitely be adding underwater sessions to my list of services! 

Seriously if you want some unique and exclu photographs of you and your dog. You know where to find me.

I am now Booking Underwater Sessions . 

Kathleen & Jordan & Gracie |Cold Lake Pet Photographer|


Summer Days Are The Best Days ☀️

This past week our family was camping in Cold Lake; more specifically Ethel Lake. There is a campground we always go to since I was young. It has untouched nature and a beautiful lake. Ethel lake is a smaller lake which makes it WAY warmer to swim in. We spent most of our time hanging out on the dock and trying to teach the dogs how to swim. *Spoiler* Images of the dogs will be up soon. 

While we were up, I was able to take a couple of photos of  Kathleen, Jordan and Gracie. They adopted Garcie in December and they couldn't be happier. Gracie has come a long way from being an over protective dog on the streets and doing whatever it took to survive. She is now submissive towards other dogs and just wants to be their friends! She also gives the best kisses! 

Tessa |Edmonton Dog Photographer|


Beach Babe Alert ☀️ 

Why can't I live somewhere with more summertime!? 

I am loving these beach sessions and so does Tessa! She wouldn't stay out of the water once she got in. Tessa was able to run after balls, dogs and sticks. She definitely enjoyed it!