"Good boy! Sit. Leaaaaaaave iiiiiiiit. Release!" If you're anything like me, this is part of your daily vocabulary as a dog owner. If you happen to also say things like, "Come here you little monkey! Who's my sweet little boo-bear? WHOOZHE WHOOZHE WHOOZHE WHOOZHERRRRRRS!", then I definitely should meet you and your dog(s).  Doghouse Portraits is all about me getting my dog fix and you getting life moments with your dog, in your house, captured and memorialized in the form of heart-warming, professionally produced photos. You. Your dog. Your house. Doghouse.

There's a good chance I'll forget my manners when you first open the door as I will probably greet your dog before I have enough sense to say hi to you. Within minutes of unpacking my camera, I'll be on my belly on the floor getting to know your furry best friend. Before you know it, I may ask you to cuddle together on the couch, or simply hang out in a doorway. The idea is to create beautiful photography of you with your dog in the home you share. Some photos will be of you together, others will exclusively feature your furball. No matter what, the mood will be light and fun, and the style of the photos is guaranteed to be modern, creative, full of love, and unique.



Some dogs' attention spans are better than others. 30 minute photo sessions have proven to be the sweet spot for photographing owners with their furry loves. Plan to hang out in your living room, kitchen, front stoop or even your rooftop deck. The whole point is to be in your house. Session fee $125.


After your photo session, you'll review a gallery of the best photos (20 on average) and then purchase printed products and/or digital files. Think matted and framed or loose prints, acrylic wall hangings and bamboo blocks. Loose prints as low as $20, digital files for $85.

Our photo shoot with Nata was so much fun! Normally I don’t love being in front of the camera but Nata made it feel incredibly relaxed and natural. And our puppy, Sumo, absolutely adored her - I couldn’t believe how well she held his attention and kept him interested!
— Christy W. of Seattle