Established since 2005, Jennifer Hague is a nationally published dog & pet photographer, nationally recognized photo restoration artist and dedicated animal rescue volunteer. Dogs have always been a part of her life. In fact, her happily ever after stemmed from meeting her husband-to-be at the local dog park, as seen in People Magazine. Jen specializes in photo restoration and unique & candid photography of pets (and the bond with their human) using natural light. Jen founded a separate division Going with Grace to encourage having senior and ill pets documented before they cross the rainbow bridge and to provide a source of comfort in the form of timeless and unique photographs. Jen’s photos have been featured in a multitude of national publications and she frequently submits photos from her client shoots for publication in magazines – your pet could be the next big star! Jen even photographs weddings and encourages pets to be included in your special day. Her services are available to clients in the Kansas City Metropolitan area, including Olathe, Overland Park, Shawnee, Leawood, Prairie Village, Lenexa, and Eastern Missouri including Blue Springs and Lees Summit. Commercial photography assignments are available for editorial and commercial clients nationwide. E-mail email@example.com for more information!
“Jennifer is an incredibly gifted photographer. My yorkie-poo is a very hyper, excited and easily distracted dog, however, Jennifer was able to take beautiful pictures while continuously keeping him focused,” – Katie V.
“I can’t form into adequate words how thankful I am that Barclie had a Going with Grace session just before he crossed the rainbow bridge. I feel so blessed I had the opportunity to work with Jennifer, as his photos are very cathartic and therapeutic,” – Margie W.
“Jennifer’s photos truly show the dogs’ personalities & hearts. She has a gift that captures their essence,” – Sandi O.
“We drove a little over 3 hours to Jennifer & every mile was worth it. I will be forever grateful to her for capturing the love I have for my dogs,” – Devri O.