Lori A. Cheung's Pet Photography is Featured in O, the Oprah Magazine and on Animal Planet


Animal Planet



Lori A. Cheung and Katie Skow, founder of, after the fun interview.  Katie is holding O, the Oprah Magazine, in which Lori's artwork is included.

Listen to Lori's Good Dog Podcast interview by clicking Play below


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Best-selling and International Books

Cats 24/7: Extraordinary Photographs of Wonderful Cats
Chronicle Books

Yiddish for Dog and Cat Lovers  

Promise of the Wolves  

Puppy Power  

Tails of Devotion  





How to Meditate with Your Dog  


The Creative Entrepreneur  

Simon & Schuster

Simon & Schuster
  Somebody’s Someone  (Time Warner Books)  
  One Step at a Time: My 18-month Walk Across America  (Rawson Associates)    
  My Answer is No...If That's Okay with You  (Simon & Schuster)  






O, The Oprah Magazine


Modern Dog

Pet Style




San Francisco

Oakland Magazine


Bay Woof

Woofer Times

New York Times

San Francisco Chronicle




Lori loves photographing the media campaigns for major fundraising gala events, including the Humane Society’s Mozart for Mutts and Meows, SPCA’s Bark and Whine Ball, PAWS’ Petchitecture, and the W Hotel’s Yappy Hour cocktail parties. Lori is the recipient of the Heart and Soul Award from PAWS for extraordinary volunteerism.

Lori's portraits of Pali Boucher and Rocket Dog Rescue were aired on Animal Planet!

Lori's work is featured in the bestselling book, Cats 24/7: Extraordinary Photographs of Wonderful Cats by Rick Smolan and David Elliot Cohen. Top editors selected her portrait of kittens awaiting adoption at the Humane Society from over 50,000 photos.

Her tongue-wagging portraits are in "How to Meditate with Your Dog" by James Jacobson.

Philanthropists Bill and Vanessa Getty with furry friend at the Donor Appreciation Party for Pets Unlimited. Pets Unlimited has saved the lives of more than 250,000 animals.

Lori photographed a fabulous event at the legendary Gump's in San Francisco!  Bestselling Author Amy Tam, who wrote "The Joy Luck Club" graciously supported the fundraiser.