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The Tilly Project

Photography Sessions For Senior and Terminally Ill Pets




Whether you’ve not nearly enough time together, or you’ve spent a lifetime loving each other, saying goodbye to your pet is probably the most difficult thing you’ll ever have to do.



I offer special end-of-life sessions which are specifically designed to allow me to witness and capture the powerful emotions shared between you and your terminally ill or elderly pet.

Motivated by the loss of my heart dog Fiona in 2020, I know how important photographs are in the grieving process and in celebrating the love we share with our pets. I view these sessions as an honor and a privilege, and I appreciate being your choice to celebrate your bond with your pet.


I understand senior and terminally ill pets often come with significant veterinary expenses, so if you’d like to book one of these sessions but find yourself facing financial constraints, please let me know.

I genuinely believe that capturing the precious bond you share with your pet should not be hindered by money. Together, we will explore options to accommodate your situation, ensuring that you can immortalize these priceless moments without any financial burden.


Your Infinity Session will be tailored to your pet’s specific needs and current health issues. The timeless photographs we’ll create together will highlight the bond and the love you share. Please visit my gallery for examples of my work.


Session fee includes planning session/phone call, photography session, and $300 print credit.  Low and no-cost sessions will include edited digital files.

“Working with kids and dogs truly takes an amazing and special human… Liz is your person!! She is talented and has a wonderful way of making everyone (including the dogs) comfortable. As an added bonus she does a TON of charity and giveback work! Do not hesitate to book your appointment.”

-Jess S.

“I loved the attention you payed to my furry pet, the kindness and patience. I feel that not only was the experience positive for me but it was a positive experience for my dog as well. [My fear was]  that my very senior dog wouldn’t sit well for a photo shoot and you would get frustrated with her. Well she didn’t sit well, but you never got frustrated or angry. You were so patient with her and me that my fear melted away. [I would tell other people considering hiring Liz] that 1. She will take the time needed to get the right photo 2. She is an animal lover and will treat your pet with the respect they deserve 3. She is a gifted photographer and can capture the essence of your pet.

-Randy T.

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