It all began when Mark and Marianne locked eyes at photography school during the early ‘90s; a couple of years later, their daughter Natalie joined the family. Both Mark and Marianne have been working as professional photographers ever since. Between them, they have a vast amount of experience and know-how, with which they’ve taught Natalie to be a great photographer since she joined the family business.
Like most dog owners, we’re obsessed not just with our own four-legged friends and our (human) friends' dogs, but also the dogs we meet in parks and pubs. We all came to the realisation that we love dogs, and they love us back. So we decided to marry our profession and passion and start photographing dogs. We love what we do and believe that it shows through our professionalism and your finished product.
We’re lucky enough to be based in two beautiful parts of the country, Windsor & Eton (Berkshire) and Kingston upon Thames (Greater London). This gives you the option to pick from our nearby pre-selected shoot locations, or we can bring our portable studio to your home if you live within a 10-mile radius of either of our offices.
Mark is a former staff photographer for an international agency and has covered editorial and sporting assignments all around the world. Exciting memories include covering 2 FIFA World Cup Championships, 3 UEFA European Championships, 3 IAAF World Athletic Championships and photographing the American President George W. Bush in the Oval Office of the White House.
Marianne started working as a freelance photographer and picture editor, she was then head hunted by Swedish Television and was employed with them for 16 years. She became part of Swedish Television’s Press & Communications department where she was involved in countless television productions filmed on location and in the studio, her duties being that of photographer, picture editor and communicator.
Natalie earned her BA (Hons) Communication & Promotion (1st Class) and subsequently worked within the advertising and marketing industry before deciding that she wanted to join the family business as a photographer. In her previous role as Project and Marketing Manager she worked for a top agency with clients including The British Library, The Design Museum and Nike.