"I truly believe that dog photography is simply a study of the
human condition, and that animal shelters are a place where
humanity thrives." 

 Photo: Sarah Deragon

Photo: Sarah Deragon

About the Photographer

Jesse Freidin is one of America's leading fine art dog photographers with work in more than 100 private collections throughout the United States. His portraiture has been exhibited in galleries across the country, and studies the deeply healing power of the human/animal bond— telling a contemporary story of companionship and love that truly honors the role dogs play in our modern lives.  

Jesse was awarded 'Best Dog Photographer in the San Francisco Bay Area' and 'Best Dog Photographer in Los Angeles' for fine art pet portraiture in 2010 through 2015. He is also the creator of three viral dog photography series: The Doggie Gaga Project, When Dogs Heal, and Finding Shelter. His work has been featured in Vogue, Cosmopolitan, The Huffington Post, Yahoo!, MTV, Live! with Regis and Kelly, Inside Edition, The Bark Magazine, Dogster, Garden and Gun Magazine, Four and Sons Magazine and many more. 

He works with private dog photography clients across the country, and is an avid supporter of animal rescue. 

For more information, or to schedule a private commission, please visit: www.jessefreidin.com