Pet Photos + Paw Prints

Pet Photos + Paw PrintsPet Photos + Paw Prints
Saturday, February 2, 10 am -1 pm
Cost: $65/pet - Any well-behaved pet species is welcome.

Union Project is thrilled to partner with Porter Loves Photography for this collaborative event.

Mini-sessions are a great way to get professional quality photos of the pets you love without scheduling a full photo shoot with Porter Loves Photography. Most pet photo booths are cutesy, colorful, and cheeky, which is always fun but we're trying a new more classical twist here. A dark background and specific lighting create a very classic look that Nathan, of Porter Loves, calls his "Rembrandt lighting." After your quick photo shoot, head to the ceramics studio to make a keepsake ornament, wall hanging, or paperweight with your pet's pawprint.

Pet Photos and Paw Prints includes a 5-minute photo session resulting in a 5x7 archival print of your photo, and a clay paw print activity to create a take-home ceramic keepsake. (Photo print and ceramic keepsake ready for pickup 2-4 weeks after the event.)

Any well-behaved pet species is welcome. Note that there will be other pets and people in the space at the time of your appointment. You know your pet best and whether or not they'll fare well in an environment with animals they are unfamiliar with. We will do our best to keep things calm. All pets must arrive in a carrier or on a leash.

The setup for these photos will be limited in size so we'll only be accommodating up to 2 creatures per shoot (person/pet) (pet/pet.) If you want more combinations, please book back to back time slots. Keep in mind that each photo session includes (1) 5x7 print, along with your paw print keepsake.

While the appointment blocks are only 5 minutes for the photo shoot, you should plan to be at Union Project for an additional 15-20 minutes for your collaborative clay activity with your pet.

To register for this workshop, please choose an appointment and complete the registration form by following this link.

If you have questions, please contact Milo Berezin (412-363-4550 x242) or Sam Laffey at