Award winning Acton photographer calls on pets from London to feature in international photo book

By Cesar Medina

9th Jul 2024 | Local News

Cocker Spaniel Dog tilting its head in between white columns by west London pet photographer Chohee Courtois (credit: Chohee Courtois).
Cocker Spaniel Dog tilting its head in between white columns by west London pet photographer Chohee Courtois (credit: Chohee Courtois).

Acton based pet photographer Chohee Courtois is looking for local pets to help raise funds for animal rescue by posing for an international photography book.

10 dogs and cats will be photographed by the award-winning pet photographer in and around west London and featured in Tails of the World: Volume Three.

To date, the annual Tails of the World books have raised over $95,000 for animal charities, with over 1,150 pets photographed around the world.

Mrs Courtois' Photography is now taking applications for Volume Three.

Photoshoot spots are strictly limited and require a £65 or £95 session fee, with all proceeds donated to Mayhew.

Tails of The World for Mayhew volume three (credit: Chohee Courtois).

Mayhew is an animal welfare charity working to improve the lives of dogs, cats and the people in the communities, at their Home in London and internationally.

Jenny Porter, Community and Events Officer at Mayhew said: "We are very excited to be involved in this project. Working with our communities is hugely important to us."

She also expressed her gratitude towards the photographer for choosing to support Mayhew with this wonderful project.

While the session fees are donated to Mayhew in London, the proceeds from the book sales are also to be donated to an animal rescue, Geelong Animal Welfare Society.

Geelong Animal Welfare Society cares for and rehomes lost or relinquished pets and provides community education & services that enable responsible animal ownership in Victoria, Australia.

An Australian pet photographer Caitlin J. McColl founded the Tails of the World Collective in 2015, with a dream to unite pet photographers across the globe.

Together, they raise much needed funds for animal charities with beautiful photography and heart warming stories. 

Tails of the World London 2024 Photographer Chohee Courtois (credit: Chohee Courtois).

"To date, our Collective has raised over $150,000 for animal charities around the world," McColl said.

"We have a series of books featuring different locations around the world - everywhere from Tails of the Netherlands, to Tails of Portland, to Tails of Melbourne.

"The annual Tails of the World Book is a huge group effort and we're so excited to be using our photography together to make a difference for animals in need". 

Mrs Courtois added: "This project is a wonderful opportunity to contribute to the community and animals with what I do best."

She continued: "I'm thrilled to be representing London's pet photography to all over the world, all whilst supporting animal rescues and our communities".

To get your furry family involved, visit www.choheecourtois.co.uk/tails-of-the-world

To learn more about Chohee Courtois and her pet photography, visit www.choheecourtois.co.uk or her Instagram @choheecourtois.photo.

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