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  • Hello, my name is Kathy McMillan and I am a professional animal photographer based in Brisbane. My specialty is documenting connections between precious creatures and their kind-hearted people. I am an animal rights advocate and proudly vegan. Kindness is the guiding principle in everything that I do. x

Monthly Archives: September 2016

Worried your companion is too timid for a photo session? Don’t be! | Brisbane animal photographer

A year ago I had the privilege of meeting two of the most kind-hearted people you could imagine. Mark and Tina won a competition run by the lovely people at Daisy Hill Veterinary Clinic for their senior pet to be photographed. I had a sessionRead more »

Case study: Why you need to photograph your companion animals… now | Brisbane animal photographer

I can still remember the phone call like it was yesterday, it’s hard to believe it was over a year ago. Mark called me as the winner of a Senior Pet Promotion run by Daisy Hill Veterinary Clinic, where his beloved German Shepherd Zara wasRead more »

Kathy McMillan Photography featured in Brisbane News for fundraising efforts | Brisbane animal photographer

I was pretty excited to be featured in the Trailblazer section of Brisbane News today! What awesome exposure for the rescue fundraising events I have been running. As mentioned in the article, the next event will be over an entire weekend, 26 and 27Read more »

Vintage Kitty fundraising sessions | Brisbane animal photographer

On Saturday, 27th August I spent the day photographing cats in my home studio to raise funds for Pets Without Partners. The theme was Vintage Kitty and participants received a 20 minute vintage-styled portrait session for their cat, and aRead more »

New product! Click together framed prints | Brisbane animal photographer

Introducing my new Click wall frames, they’re really unique and offer endless design options. Frames come in one size, 12×12″ but click together so you could feature one large image over a number of frames, or a collection of imagesRead more »

New product! Artisan prints | Brisbane animal photographer

Introducing my new Artisan prints, they’re pretty spesh! Beautiful fine art paper, hand-torn edges, with a double mat, they make a treasured memory even more breathtaking. Any image ordered as an Artisan print gets some extra love in PhotoshopRead more »

Rex to the rescue! | Brisbane pet photographer

During the Vintage Kitty fundraising sessions for Pets Without Partners I had my first encounter with the Devon Rex breed of cat. Oh my, what characters! The combination of oversized ears, elfin face, those big pretty eyes, and curly fur, makes themRead more »

Zuko and Kenickie are looking for forever homes | Brisbane animal photographer

Grease is the word! These two ginger ninjas are named after the Grease characters and yes, these cats are just as cool! The boys are currently fostered through Pets Without Partners, and  they are looking for their purfect forever homes. Get inRead more »

Family session at Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-Tha | Brisbane family photographer

Last month I photographed this gorgeous family at Brisbane Botanic Gardens Mt Coot-Tha, which is an absolutely perfect location for a family session. The session was a very thoughtful birthday gift for Mum/Grandmum Michaela. It made me so happy toRead more »

Three week old kittens, oh my! | Brisbane animal photographer

Last month I photographed the very pregnant, and very beautiful Audrey (you can check out the photos here). This past weekend I was able to photograph her sweet little family, who are now three weeks old. Ava, Clark, Mae, Rock and Vivien completelyRead more »

Basil and Bonnie are looking for their forever home | Brisbane animal photographer

Basil and Bonnie are currently fostered through Best Friends Rescue and are looking for their forever home. They are the sweetest little poppets, and whilst they love each other very much, they could be adopted separately. Being in a position toRead more »