If you're an animal lover like me, you'll agree that pets are family, too! Our lives have become crazier since rescuing our fur babies, and I wouldn't have it any other way! So, inspired by my love of our two rescue pups, Zach and JJ, the annual family mini sessions contribute all of the proceeds to a local canine rescue. With each mini session booked, 100% of the profits are donated to a local non-profit. This year, our sponsored non-profit is "Change a Life Dog Rescue."
Located in East Haddam, CT, with contacts throughout the United States, Change a Life Dog Rescue is a foster-based rescue. They selflessly dedicate their time and energy to rescuing and finding the perfect forever home for all breeds. However, they specialize in assisting working and herding dogs.
These pet-friendly sessions are a shortened version of the full documentary photography session. These 20-minute photo sessions are perfect for updating holiday cards/frames and making announcements.
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Mini sessions are an ideal opportunity to quickly update your family photography, share a quick announcement through couples photography, or to simply have fun with lifestyle photography. As always, your pets are invited to jump in the session for some fun family and pet photography photo opportunities!
"Tania has photographed my family for over a decade. She is very talented and professional. Tania always manages to get many special shots. Every year we do a family and wedding dress session. I now have many beautiful photos of my girls growing up in my wedding dress. These are some of the most special photos in my collection. And best of all, Tania is the sweetest and easiest person to work with!"