There’s a new vet on the block in Mitcham.
One of the biggest and best veterinary practices in the country hosted an open day at their impressive premises in Mitcham.
Britain’s Got Talent winners Ashleigh and Pudsey arrived to show their support with a jaw dropping performance.
The delighted crowds of animal lovers who turned up to get exclusive behind the scenes access to all of the facilities also had a chance to meet Ashleigh and Pudsey who stayed to speak to just about everyone after their performance. Welcoming was the word of the day with guided tours of the facilities, games, quizzes, and a give-away for a photo shoot for one lucky person with…. Me!
The Vet, Mitcham opened its doors for treatments on 12 January 2015. The low cost, high quality provider of veterinary care is open from 8am-8pm Monday-Friday and 8am-4pm Saturday and Sunday. With plenty of free parking outside the door and no appointment needed, visiting The Vet at their brand new veterinary clinic in Mitcham is really convenient!
They make the experience as stress free for your pet too; with separate cat and dog waiting areas and pheromones pumped into the waiting area to relax your pet. they even have a cat friendly consultation room so that your cat can be seen in a room that hasn’t been visited by a dog. Make sure that you register online today to be kept up-to-date with the latest offers.
Visit gallery – Ashleigh and Pudsey at The Vet
This month we have teamed up with the very stylish “Make them Roar”Design magazine for cat lovers to create a guide to getting the very best photographs of your own cats at home.
Taking really good pictures on your smartphone or camera is totally possible!
Check out the guide with a chance to win a photoshoot with… well… me!
To win, comment on the blog, telling us what time of day you would take a photograph to capture your cat at their best.
If all else fails you can always book a professional session by visiting Paw Pixels or leaving a message here on my website!
Spring found me in Cape Town, South Africa photographing the 2015 billboard, magazine and web campaign for Frontline Pet treatments.
On behalf of Publicis, I travelled to the spectacular cape town for several days of large scale production photography in locations such as Table Mountain at sunrise, spectacular lakes and forests in the midday sun, the best beaches and incredible homes around Cape town to shoot some incredible commercials to be shown in 27 countries on billboards for Frontline.
To enquire about any production photography visit Paw Pixels where I work both internationally and as their London Photographer.
Or just leave a message in the contact section.
Visit Gallery – Frontline Pet Treatments campaign
During the shoot for the commercials, we also captured all of the behind the scenes production photography for use by the various agencies and all of the amazing production team.
Visit Gallery – Frontline Production photography
I have received the final designs for my brand new logo from the incredible design studio Here Be Dragons today!
Here Be Dragons came up with the perfect design and delivered a huge array of amazing assets for my branding. The new year is going to be a lot more fun with these amazing designs to re-brand my business.
Visit their website here: Here Be Dragons
Merry Christmas and Happy New Year from Ian McGlasham Photography.
We are delighted to announce that Finlay Cox will be joining us as our new intern.
Having been a great source of help and inspiration through his amazing passion and talent for photography, Finlay was the obvious choice to become part of the team.
Currently studying photography at Long Road Sixth Form College in Cambridge, you can look forward to seeming much of Finlay’s work appearing on our site.
Welcome and Congratulations Finlay!
I am delighted to announce that I have joined the team at “Paw Pixels” as their London Photographer.
I’ve always been surrounded by dogs, cats, tortoises, rabbits, and fish, and their personalities have all affected me. (Yes, even the fish!) My cat Blarney may be the grumpiest cat in London, but life wouldn’t be the same without him. Every animal I meet has its own unique personality, and capturing that in my camera is the best reward for being a photographer I have found yet.
Head over to Paw Pixels to see their (our!) fantastic work photographing animals around the world.