Session Information

There are a limited number of portrait sessions available each month.
Sessions have a $150 retainer to hold your date, with this being credited towards any products you purchase at your ordering session. Completed artwork starts from $450, and collections starting from $900. Most people expect to invest around $1450 in their pet portrait session.

How It Works
1. Before you book, let’s chat!
A quick phone call or email exchange is the best way to see if we’re a good fit and go over available dates and any questions you might have. We will set a main shoot date, as well as a rain date in case we need to postpone for any reason.

2. I’ll send through the session payment information
(once paid, your date is reserved), a portrait agreement and questionnaire. I’ll also send you a reminder email a few days before your session to confirm.

3. The day of the session!
We’ll capture some beautiful photos of your dog, keeping in mind the end goals for the images, based on our conversation and the questionnaire.

4. I’ll go away and edit your session,
This typically takes around 2 weeks as I edit your images to perfection, but keep an eye out on my Facebook page – you may just see a sneak peek!

5. Viewing and ordering appointment.
I’ll come to your home with your images and product samples for the grand reveal, and help you select the best images for your home. During this time I can show you what images might look good on certain walls, what sizes would work best for what you want, and answer any questions you may have. Product payment is due at the time of the ordering session.

6. Your new artwork!
I’ll get started on your products and once they arrive I will send you an email to arrange delivery! You’ll have some stunning new artwork for your home, featuring your four-legged family member(s)!

Have a read through my session guide for more information on products and pricing.

Ready to book your session or have questions? Email me at hello@kellywolfe.nz or phone 0278583450.

Hazel the Pitbull with her owner in the Waikato, New Zealand