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Using your own photographs, I specialise in highly detailed, realistic portraits to create an immortal state for your beloved furry friend.

Working in graphite and coloured pencil, I pride myself on my attention to detail to create a true reflection of your pet’s appearance and character. I only work with high quality materials to ensure your drawing will not fade to yellow but stay looking fresh for a lifetime.

I take commissions from anywhere in the world and will always make sure that your drawing is tracked and safely posted to your front door. Each portrait comes complete with its own certificate of authenticity.

Throughout the process, I will work closely with you by sending pictures of your drawing at different stages, so you can watch your pet(s) come to life on the paper.

All prices below include both framing and postage (additional costs will apply when shipping outside the UK).

A 25% non refundable booking fee is required to secure your portrait space with full balance due on completion.

Please feel free to contact me with any questions or if you would like to book to have your very own pet drawn!


Standard Portrait: £490/£550


Medium Portrait: £660/£720


Large Portrait: £750/£810


Extra Large Portrait: £990/£1050


Full Body Portrait

For a full body portrait please add 25% for a single pet.

Additional Pets

The sizes listed above are for single portraits only. For additional pets in the same portrait please add 25% per extra head.


Shipping to anywhere in the UK is free and will be sent via UPS 24 hour tracked delivery. For anywhere else in the world, please contact me for an individual quote.


Framing is a very personal and sometimes daunting choice. I will work closely with you to choose the perfect frame to suit the portrait and your home decor. I use a professional and highly talented Fine Art framer for all my framing needs who has a vast array of frames available.


Photo Guide

An important part of the process to creating your pet portrait is taking the right photo. This guide will explain the best photos to use and what makes a bad photo. Please feel free to email me your photos and I will let you know if they are suitable.

Good Example

Ideal photo composition to be drawn by Jess

Perfect photo, zoomed to 100%

  • When zoomed in you can see lots of hair detail on the face and good reflection in the eyes
  • Taken outside in natural daylight (not direct sunlight)
  • The photo is taken at the same level as the dog
  • High resolution photo taken with a digital camera, not on a phone

Bad Examples

Photo taken with artificial light

Artificial light

This will alter the tone of the fur and eyes

Blurry photo


It is impossible to see the details in a blurred photo

Photo taken at a distance from the animal


Again, it is impossible to see all the details of the fur and eyes when taken from a distance