Designing custom art for your home.

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Watch the short video to prepare for your ordering appointment.

End of life pet photography doesn't have to mean photography after a diagnosis - it can also be a way to photograph your senior dog while they are still feeling their best.



1. Decide where you plan to display your art.
2. Measure your space (take a photo as described in the video) 
3. Plan your budget.
4. Login on a large screen so you can see your images clearly.
5. Make sure all decision makers are at the appointment. Be prepared to place & pay for your order.

I love love love the picture that I got framed.

Her eyes are so sparkly and her head shape is perfect and her little ears are captured so well, it’s of one of my favorite expressions she makes when she’s just staring into my soul and she looks as full of love in the photo as she truly is all the time.

I just feel that it really captures all my favorite things about her.

The light background really makes her colors pop!

I was really thankful you helped me pick out the frame most complimentary to it as well!

After loosing our 14 y/o Husky / Shepherd mix earlier in the year and not having “professional” photos of her and I knew we had to take advantage.

Two huskies can be hard to handle, especially in public! Courtney made us feel comfortable with the environment and the cadence of the shoot. We never felt rushed and we able to make sure everyone was secure and safe throughout our time with her.

All of the photos show each of the dogs personalities and even though they were not in a familiar environment, they were relaxed and themselves.


Mom to Dima & Stoli

Art pieces are our real life highlight reels. The portraits that we want to enjoy on the wall show us what is most important to us - our animals

"Such a wonderful experience! A true professional with has an exceptional knack for animals! Totally recommend!"

Trish & Hazel

"I am thrilled with the outcome! This will get a very special place in my home."

Krista & Scarlett

"I had such a great experience with Courtney! She ensured not only that the pups were prepared but that I was also. I had a detailed checklist of what to do to prepare before the shoot. From how far in advance to get the groomed/bathed to Coloring/cutting my hair in advance (if needed), what color and texture of clothing to wear for the best results, recommended collars for the pups. I think she had everything covered. Courtney was very patient with all of us :). If you are looking for photos with your furry family, I would absolutely recommend her!"

Liz, Kaos, & Kali

"We were lucky enough to attend the Love Barks event at Pet Pleasers Bakery in Gainesville, and Courtney captured some amazing photos of my dogs. It can be challenging to get them to sit still, but Courtney is a pro! Everything was set up perfectly to maximize our time there, and she is so fast with that camera. She was even able to Photoshop my hand + the leash out of several of the photos. It was a great experience, and we look forward to doing another session with Courtney soon!"

Kristen, Teddy, & Chloe

Frequently Asked Questions

Yes, even your dog can have professional photos. Even if they aren’t trained, even if they can’t be off leash, even if they don’t like other dogs, even if they are blind or deaf or paralyzed, even if they are a puppy or an old puppy. I have worked with them all and we can make beautiful photos of your dog.

Do I need to place my order at my reveal appointment?

Yes. Please.

I certainly realize that this is a big decision. And I’ve had other clients in the past that felt the same way in the beginning.

I understand your hesitations and desire to wait. This can feel hard, and it’s natural to think it will be easier later.

What my clients, and myself, have found is that waiting doesn’t make it easier – it just adds another item to your “need to do” list.  And once you have your art in your hands, it’s 100% worth the effort to do this now, while you have us helping you narrow things down.

What about the digital images?

I love digital files too.

I want the home screen on my phone to be my dog and I want to share her adorable photos all over social media. That’s why I include the digital file of every printed product and why collections include corresponding high resolution digital files!

I specialize in art designed for the interior of your home – tangible pieces that will make a statement, but I want you to have BOTH.


How much should I plan to spend?

Many of my clients have found that having your pet professionally photographed is something that happens only a few times (or maybe even just once) in your pet’s lifetime.

With such a unique and rare opportunity, most people want to invest in a statement art piece or gallery of their pet for their home, as well as one of the Signature Collections to include a custom album and selection of digital images for their archives. 

Wall art begins at $740. Museum framed canvas begins at $4800. Most clients spend upwards of $2000 on wall art from their session. Signature Collections start at $1800.

CM Bryson, Atlanta's luxury equine photographer, specializes in interior art work for your home featured fine art photographs of your horse.
A photo album from your dog's photo session allows you to revisit a moment in time over and over again.