Tails of Brisbane is an ambitious personal project by Brisbane-based professional pet photographer Charlotte Reeves. It documents the many unique sights of our sunshine state capital and the dogs who live here through beautifully-styled, professionally produced full colour photographs.
The book features over 100 dogs of all shapes, sizes and breeds and a range of Brisbane locations, including views and landmarks, iconic buildings, parks, community areas, selected suburbs and historical buildings.
The resulting high quality limited edition hardcover coffee table book is now available for order.
The main purpose of the Tails of Brisbane project was to donate much-needed funds to local pet rescue organisations. Funds that help them find unwanted, abandoned dogs and cats new forever homes and contribute to vet bills and rescue running costs. The project target of $5,000 was exceeded, with a grand total of $5375 raised through participation fees and product purchases.
The Brisbane pet rescue organisations supported by the Tails of Brisbane project are:
All credit for the concept goes to Caitlin Maloney from Ragamuffin Pet Photography in Melbourne. In early 2015 she released her amazing book Tails of Melbourne, which has since sold out. Caitlin has generously shared the concept, allowing myself and several other pet photographers around Australia to embark on our own versions of the project, under the Tails of Australia collective. Find out more about the Tails of Australia collective and follow us on Facebook.