Hi, I'm Nancy

Your dog bolsters your self esteem, boosts your confidence and resonates unabashed acceptance and love. I believe in being surrounded by artwork that provides you with a visual reminder of that unconditional love.

I had my heart stolen by a special dog. While I had snapshots of my best friend, I never truly understood the importance of having professional artwork of our connection until he was gone. Now, I want to help pet parents capture those precious moments of you and your pet, as you journey together.

Photo sessions are designed to capture authentic moments between you and your pet. These Images are then transformed into beautiful wall art or albums to treasure.

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Ready to get started?

Let’s schedule a consultation call so I can learn all about you, your pet and what you need to create timeless, unique portraits of your journey together.

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Our last walks together

When we start to see the muzzle turn sugary white …

When we start to see the walks turn shorter and slower …

When we get that horrible diagnoses from our vets …

We know our time with them has become far more precious and far too short.

That time can be painful and confusing, and I want you support you on that journey. That’s why this year I became a certified pet loss grief specialist with One Last Network, a service dedicated to educating professional photographers like me about pet loss grief.

Your Legacy Session is given top priority on my calendar. Please don’t hesitate to call or email.

315-469-8807
nancy@nancykiefferphotography.com

Giving Back

2020 brought a wonderful increase in pet adoptions. The fact that businesses were closed and large social events decreased, brought families together to spend quality time with each other. Families then saw it in their hearts to share their home with the many abandoned pets that were in shelters.

While this was a wonderful accomplishment, shelters have recently seen an increase in pets at the shelters. Pets can be abandoned for multiple reasons:

  • Illness of pet or family member
  • Time to take care of pet
  • Unable to effectively manage an animal’s behaviors
  • Change in family circumstances (moving, new child)
  • Money

I have been blessed to have spent the past seven years serving local animal shelters taking photos of the animals in order to promote adoption.

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Pro bono services by the number:

The nonprofits I help

On Par for Pups
Guardian Angel Society
Second Chance Canine Adoption Shelter
Evening of Second Chances
Reagan’s Act of Kindness
Rosamond Gifford Zoo
March of Dimes
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Do you know a nonprofit I could help?

Giving back is a big part of my business and who I am. Contact me to see how I might partner with your organization and we’ll work together to make the world a better place for companion animals.