Philly Pet Photographer serving the City, Main Line & ‘burbs.

As featured in Chester County Life Magazine!

I recently had the awesome pleasure of shooting the cutest clients of Wagsworth Manor for an article featuring this amazing luxury dog boarding facility in Chester County Life Magazine.  If you’re looking to board your pooch or have him/her attend a fun play date, look no further than Wagsworth Manor, right in the heart of the Main Line. Swimming, acres of running space, private boarding rooms with TVs and beds – what more could your pooch ask for?

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Beautiful Portraits

Capturing a pet’s image is much more than pure aesthetics.  The images should reflect and draw emotion.   I get to know your pet and I shoot with its story in mind.  Using the highest quality camera, lenses and lighting props, you will LOVE the results!

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On-Location

All photo sessions are either at your home or at a suitable outdoor location.  It doesn’t matter if it’s a dog park, a city block, your backyard, or the living room.  They all work just fine. I am flexible and just want to make sure your pet is happy and comfortable.

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Digital Retouching

I use Adobe Photoshop and Lightroom to fine tune all of my photos. Any good photographer needs these skills. I perform tasks such as color correction, background removal, vibrance addition, black and white, tilt shift, along with a ton of other tasks.

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My Vision

In 2008, I moved to Colorado and got a little 3 month old Siberian Husky, Newton.   The move out West & the love and joy that Newton brought to my life jolted me in a very real and permanent way.   Being in such a beautiful place made me appreciate and see the world more intensely.    It also brought a sense of independence and adventure that quickly grew by leaps and bounds.   I soon picked up my backpack, new camera and headed out into the mountains with Newton.   The rest, well… here I am.

My vision is simple:  Join together the beauty and joy of the four-legged love of your life with a sense of artistry and creativity.

Why Wag Your Tail?

I always wonder if Newton would understand just how much I love him if I had a tail that I could wag right back at him when he sees me. Maybe this sounds strange to you, but maybe you completely understand that sentiment.  And that’s the kind of passion and creative thinking I bring to my pet photography here in Philadelphia.

I hope you enjoy my work as you browse, and if you do… feel free to send me & Newton a “hello”.

Happy wagging.

XOXO

Me & My Furkids :)

We have the best clients!

  • ”I am a manager at Kitty Cottage Adoption Center, a non-profit, no-kill, cage-free cat shelter in Norristown… I reached out to Christina first because the reviews I read spoke so specifically about how she was able to capture their pet’s spirit in their photo session. I literally could not be happier with the results. The photographs are truly stunning.

    Tiffany Gaal Manager, Kitty Cottage Adoption Center
  • Christina and John were the best! They recommended the perfect outdoor location and were truly able to capture Tex's personality and the bond between us. Could not be happier with the photos, and can't wait to hang them up on my wall!

    Tiffany Gustafson
  • We definitely hired the best pet photographer. The pictures are brilliant and the session was great. Christina was a pleasure to work with and we are grateful for her professionalism and kindness. WYTP works in a timely manner, they are knowledgeable and skilled at their craft. I highly recommend them.

    Bridget McLaughlin
  • Awesome people! Awesome Photos! Could not have asked for a better time- we had so much fun! Thank you for helping me give my sister the gift of a lifetime!

    Kristen Schmidt

This week’s blog: Sydney The Adorable Beagle Lab Mix

Hello there dear friends!  Today we want to introduce you to a very special little cutie named  Sydney.  Sydney is a 4 year old Beagle Lab mix who was rescued in March of 2013.   Sydney’s rescue story, like so many others, is truly amazing and inspiring.   She was found on the side of the road with a family of bunnies after Hurricane Sandy and taken in by a foster family in West Virginia.   From there she was transported to Jersey City, where her momma later adopted her through See Spot Rescued.  Originally named Sally Fields (OMG, we die!), her name was changed to Sydney and she was brought to her furever home in Hoboken, NJ.