All in all a very enjoyable session and a large part of why my job doesn't always feel like a job. Especially when I get the chance to meet such nice people as Nick and Claire. Not at any point did our meetings with each other feel like work. To be perfectly honest I just felt like we were having friends around. Seeing as I only just met them for our consultation I think thats a pretty good client relationship we've developed. They're even coming over Friday to watch the next England match. (Our viewing projector in the studio is making a great venue to watch the World Cup).
Or so the saying goes. But I have to say that working with dogs has been so lovely. They have been almost entirely a dream to work with. I say almost entirely because we have had a few moments where a dog has needed to settle. And one moment where the dog had settled but one of my cats decided to have a look through the glass door which, as you can imagine, rather quickly unsettled the dog. Still, that didn't stop us from creating incredible work. In fact it was during that shoot with the cat instance when I created two of my favourite pieces, shown below. (It was while sitting on the couch here when he noticed the cat peering through the curtain) I don't know if I've just been lucky or all dogs are just easy to work with. I photographed a french bull dog puppy and I thought that would be tough as he hadn't had time to be properly trained yet. But he did everything we wanted in no time at all. And this included the props we used here (below), which to me