Kylee Doyle Photography is a new pet photography studio in Sacramento, California, specializing in outdoor, natural-light pet portraits.

Who is Kylee Doyle Photography?

Hey, all! My name is Kylee Doyle, and I am the owner and photographer behind Kylee Doyle Photography. Since I'm the new kid on the block, I thought I'd give a quick shout out so you can all get to know me a little better.

I have always loved photography, and really got serious about it in 2016 - I started taking classes, learned how to work my camera on fully manual settings, and bought myself a DSLR. After dabbling in a variety of photography genres, from landscape to macro to portraits, I found my true calling was in taking pet portraits. For those who know me, this came as absolutely no shock.

I have always been an animal lover - I was raised around dogs, cats, horses, and anything small enough I could convince my mom to let me keep it. My bleeding heart meant I was often trying to convince my parents to let me rescue the animals no one else wanted. For a while, we even owned a gray tabby with one eye and a permanently crooked tail.

Why Should You Book With Me?

As a pet portrait photographer, my goal is to capture your pet's unique spirit and style. I offer only on-location shoots, and I love finding unique backdrops that really emphasizes those special characteristics of your pet. I want to ensure you have memories of your beloved pet that you can cherish for years to come.

Unlike some photographers, I do not offer digitals as part of my photography packages. Although they are available for purchase, I try to emphasize to all of my clients the importance of printed images, especially large wall art. What's better than bringing guests into your home and immediately showing them huge gorgeous photos of one of the most important members of your family?

If you are looking for a pet portrait photographer in the greater Sacramento area, send me an email, text or call, or reach out on social media so we can begin planning your session today!

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