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Animal Justice Project

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I recently worked with the Animal Justice Project to take some new photos of their awesome merchandise.
If you have not heard of Animal Justice Project then please check out their website

They are a hard working organisation trying to grab peoples attention and expose them to the horrid realities of animal experiments & injustice. AJP mainly work towards educating and raising awareness about the cruel and unnecessary animal experiments taking place in UK universities.

AJPs most recent campaign called "Lifeline" focuses on speciesism and gets people thinking about animals used in food production and experiments, asking them where do you draw the line? 


So many individuals own companion pets and wouldn't dream of harming certain animals such as cats and dogs, though they decide to eat meat or purchase products which are tested on animals. Without knowing, there is an invisible line being drawn, though it is not that invisible to the animals which are at the receiving …

Newborn baby boy, jack russell terrier and a kitty cat = FUN

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What a fun shoot this was, I was looking forward to taking snaps of 8 day old Edsion but little did I know there would be a dog and cat in tow too. I admit it was hard for me to not just follow Nala the kitty cat round for the entire shoot. Don't get me wrong, Edison was a little darling but cats simply have the most expressive and beautiful faces. (Nala in particular!)  



This is only my third newborn shoot, other than random snaps of friends kids here and there. I have certainly decided I want to continue with the more natural lifestyle look for my newborn work, I think this shoot really confirmed that for me. Don't get me wrong I still have so much to learn when it comes to working with babies and family shoots in general, but at least I have something to work with and a style to head towards.

I loved taking some detail shots of bits and bobs to compliment the other images, I think this can add a nice personal touch and give some nostalgia to the overall shoot.  
Pepsi the terr…