Hi! I'm Lianne!
I've lived in the Saskatoon, Saskatchewan area my whole life, growing up on a farm west of Saskatoon, and I've been running my business since 2015.
I'm an accredited photographer with the Professional Photographers of Canada (PPOC) in the Dog Portrait, Cat Portrait, Equine, and Animal Sporting categories.
I spent 10 years working as a registered veterinary technologist while running my photography business part time. This allowed me to gain a lot of experience working with all kinds of animals. I find this makes a huge difference in my capabilities and understanding of pet behaviour. I became a full time photographer in August 2020 and it was the best decision I've ever made!
I LOVE WHAT I DO
Even though I specialize in pets, I also love photographing weddings, couples, automotive and racing, families, children, and kids sports. I'm always willing to try something new! My goal is for you to have as much fun during your session as I am shooting you. If you're looking for someone with a sense of humour and adventure, I'm your photographer!
AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS
- Nominated for the 2023 PPOC Prairie Region Photographer of the Year Award.
- Judge's Choice Award in the Press Category in the PPOC National Image Salon in 2023.
- Best in Class Award and a Judge's Choice Award on the same image in the Animals Category in the PPOC Prairie Region Image Salon in 2022
- Top 25 in the International Pet Photographer of the Year competition in the Portrait Category in 2022
I love giving back to my community, and this includes participating in fundraisers for many local rescue groups, creating the Saskatoon Police Service K9 Unit Calendar for the past 2 years in support of the Stryker K9 Care Fund, donating to countless silent auctions and raffles for many different causes, and much more.
When I'm not shooting, I'll either be training and competing in many different dog sports or at the hockey rink cheering for my goalie. I also love playing video games with my family, anything with espresso in it, reading, poutine, and watching nature documentaries.