Pawsitive photography
Surrey Life|August 2020
Pawsitive photography
When Kerry Jordan moved from London to the Surrey/Sussex border, she did so for the same reason many people do – to leave the rat race, live ‘the good life’ in the countryside and follow a more fulfilling career path. For Kerry that career was photography.
Rebecca Younger

“I started off doing weddings because I thought that’s what you were supposed to do as a photographer,” she says. “I loved working with the couples and capturing those intimate little moments of their big day but I wasn’t as enamoured with shooting huge groups. So, I moved into family portraiture, which I loved.”

Showcasing your work is one of the best marketing tools for photographers and so Kerry made good use of her social media channels, posting pictures she had taken. Scattered among these photos were some of pet whippets. “I noticed these seemed to be getting more attention than the family portraits and soon people started asking me if I would photograph their dogs,” Kerry explains. “So, I started doing dog photography too and soon realised that that was what I wanted to be doing full time.”

‘I didn’t even know that dog photography could be a career choice, but it’s been incredible’


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August 2020