As you can see in my studio portfolio, I am a big fan of beautiful vintage props. When I’m not shooting, you can find me at flea markets, searching for new props that I can use for photoshoots.
Before diving into dog photography, I had my own fabrics and haberdashery shop at home. Even then, I organized various creative workshops related to sewing and handicrafts. The era when I designed all my clothes myself has unfortunately passed. For pet photography, practicality often takes precedence over an aesthetic outfit 😉 However, if you want to know where my passion for colorful backgrounds comes from, you can read this article about my previous venture and see how it influences my current work!
When you come to my studio for a photoshoot, you first pass through my former “shop”. The racks of colorful fabrics are gone but have been replaced by a beautiful collection of vintage tin boxes featuring dogs and cats. Often people stop to have a look and search to see if their own breed is represented somewhere in the collection.
Do you have an old vintage box with a dog or cat lying around at home, gathering dust? Let me know, I’d be happy to give it a place in my collection!