The London Dog Photographer

‘We had such a wonderful experience with Richard. He was so friendly and was brilliant with our dog, Tillie. He didn’t get her to do anything she obviously wasn’t going to do, and didn’t mind when she started burying her nose in his camera bag because she could smell treats! We think she would rather have gone home with him after the shoot was over than us! The photos we got are absolutely brilliant and we can’t wait to put them up around the house! We would highly recommend.’

Lulu and Tillie

‘Such a wonderful experience… the photos are absolutely brilliant… we would highly recommend’

‘Wonderful, fun experience… we captured some memories we will never forget… highly recommended’

‘Wonderful, fun experience - highly recommended if you love your dog!! From enquiry to reviewing our photos, the whole process has been professional and a great pleasure. Richard was keen to understand what kind of photos we would like and clearly a dog lover himself doing a job he loves. Even though it took patience and a lot of funny noises, we managed to get our Jack Russell to pose for some fabulous shots. I'm so pleased we captured some memories we will never forget.’

Olivia, Andy and Peanut

‘A wonderful afternoon… we got a huge number of great shots… would definitely recommend!’

‘We had a wonderful afternoon out on Hampstead Heath doing the shoot with Richard. Even though our dog was very excited about being in the park and consequently not very calm, Richard understands dogs - he was patient and flexible and we got a huge number of great shots, the pictures really captured his character. Would definitely recommend!’

Melanie and Stanley

‘The whole experience was excellent… a pleasure… I would recommend to anyone’

‘The whole experience was excellent. From the initial conversation through the very relaxed and enjoyable photoshoot to the end photographs. The whole process was a pleasure. I would recommend this guy to anyone looking for a memorable and true reflection of their relationship with their dog.’

Jacqueline, Woodley and Gruffin