I’ve been taking photos of my dog in some silly costumes and funny situations for a little over a year now, and I don’t regret it for a moment, not at all.
There are those who affirm that you should never work with animals. However, this is what I have spent the last 5 years of my life doing, which I find to be completely fun, and I can assure you that I couldn’t be happier any other way.
Phodography was born by my great-uncle painter Craigie Aitchison, now deceased, and his beloved Belington Terriers, who were always by his side and in his works. They gave me the necessary inspiration to start this life project with my dog.
It gives me great pleasure to capture the incredible bond that connects people with their dogs. Each of those relationships with their pets is entirely unique, and yet, when it materializes in a photograph, it is something that comes to mind. makes it incredibly familiar because of how familiar it is.