The Session $450

 

Designed to give you a variety of images.

 

Beautiful portraits, playful action shots, funny faces and urban backdrops, your baby enjoying the city!

 

This session is perfect if you are interested in an album and/or an art piece.

 

It Includes:

  • 60 – 90 minute session
  • Selection of 25-30 meticulously edited images
  • 10 High Resolution Files
  • $100 Product Credit
  • Private Online Gallery
  • Home Studio Reveal and product viewing
    (masks will be worn and social distancing guidelines observed)

 

Portrait Session $300

 

This is a shorter session and takes place at one specific spot of your choosing.

 

Perfect if you are looking for one stunning image for a wall or desktop art piece.

 

It Includes:

  • 30-45 minute session
  • Selection of 10-12 meticulously edited images
  • 1 High Resolution Files
  • $100 Product Credit
  • Private Online Gallery
  • Home Studio Reveal and product viewing
    (masks will be worn and social distancing guidelines observed)

 

 

Second dog additional $50 (limit two dogs per session)

 

Family photos may include furbabies and adult humans only

 

Sessions take place on location in Vancouver and start about 60 Minutes before sunset

 

 

 

Art Work purchased separately and begins at $300

 

Please note: $100 Product Credit can not be used toward session

 

 

Book a Complimentary Consultation so we can discuss your dream session

Just click ‘here’

 

 

“Margeaux is an outstanding pet photographer. We were recently did a photo session Margeaux was sweet and patient with my doggies and myself. The photos were outstanding. She captured both dogs personalities and different colouring perfectly. ” – Stephanie Gosselin

“Margeaux really captured the best of Sunny’s expressions & lots of variety of “poses” & scenery. One thing I noticed was how fun the session was and how relaxed we all were. I think Sunny really liked “modeling” & she loved the photographer”- Alix Bawlf

“Margeaux was great to work with, communicated clearly at every stage of the project, and took some exceptional photos of Iris. She took her reactivity issue into consideration when selecting the location for the shoot, choosing low-traffic picturesque areas where we could be safely away from other dogs.” – Christina Peressini