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Kind Words

Last year, in January, I adopted an orphan Great Dane/Newfie puppy named Sable. She is a sleek black pup, one of the most difficult things to photograph. However, Heather’s shots (both colour and B&W) are so beautiful, full of depth and texture, taken with such care; they are truly stunning. Heather captured never to be repeated moments in Sable’s young life, with artistry and insight. It was such a great pleasure having Heather create this puppy portfolio – Sable adores her, and I cannot wait for the next session.JulieMeaford, ON

Working with Heather was great! She created such a comfortable and easy going atmosphere that the kids had fun and truly enjoyed themselves. With such a relaxed approach, she was able to capture the candid, memory making moments that we’ve never been able to get with studio shots. It was a great day and we can’t wait to do it again!KrissieCambridge, ON

While Heather was here doing my puppy Sable's photo shoot, she also managed to catch a few pictures of my shy ‘soul kitty’ Sunny. Sunny was a feral kitty, who came into my life when she was less than two weeks old. After 13 years together, she had survived three rounds of cancer, surgeries, and illness but had reached a place in her life where her health was good and her happiness high. Heather captured two great images of Sunny for me. I think they are absolutely gorgeous, and all the more meaningful since Sunny died very suddenly in November. I have these stunning portraits of her forever, thanks to Heather, and I am eternally grateful for she caught Sunny at her most beautiful and peaceful. JulieMeaford, ON

I was searching the web for a companion cat, when I came across a lovely portrait of 3 year old Levi, at the Grey Bruce Animal Shelter. He looked so beautiful in that romantic picture, with the soft focus and a far away gaze. I had a good feeling and just had to go meet him. We took him home & he has become a wonderful addition to our family. I am sure that the photographic work Heather does to profile the animals for the shelter is truly valuable in finding loving ‘forever homes’. LyndaOliphant, ON