Season 3 | Episode 05 | Sarah Mounsey

Sarah Mounsey of Serata Equine photography is in the first year of her business and has already turned over $150k! She offers something a little unique, with a rural studio to capture beautiful natural portraits of horses with their riders.

You can see from checking out her website that she spends time working on her business as well as in it, and that she’s a master at implementing what she learns!

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Season 3 | Episode 2 | Snapshot on Client Gifts

This week’s Snapshot is about the strategy of gifting your client before they’ve placed their order.

To dive a bit deeper into the topic of Client Gifts, don’t forget to watch our full 20 minute video episode and join in the discussion online with our members in The Pet Photographer’s Club on Facebook.

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Caitlin McColl
Season 3 | Episode 01 | Craig Bullock on growing your business through publishing and personal projects

CRAIG BULLOCK | Furtography

Craig Bullock from Furtography in New Zealand, has been photographing pets for over 15 years, is an multi-award winning accredited master of photography, author of three bestselling books and the photographer behind the amazing Dog is Love series. He is New Zealand’s Portrait Photographer of the year and a Fuji X ambassador. In our interview he shares his experience with working with publishers for personal projects, and so much more!


  • Craig’s start in photography and the big changes that effected the direction he took

  • How the New Zealand earthquakes impacted Furtography and led to Quake Dogs

  • Partnering with a writer to create a book

  • Getting published and all the details on image rights, contracts and royalties

  • PLUS how Craig books clients and his adventure sessions

As well as shooting what switching to medium format and the expectation of being a brand ambassador

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Season 2 | Episode 7 | Jamie Piper of Cowbelly Photography

Jamie Piper of Cowbelly Photography has over fifteen years of experience working with editorial and commercial clients; everyone from pet insurance companies, to animal magazines, to dog food businesses. She specialises in creating modern, authentic images that help her clients get away from that stereotypical ‘stock photo’ look: a mission which led her to creating the Fetch Stock company. On top of all of this she also shares a tonne of eduction resources through her website Commercial Photographers’ Resources.

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