Ok, so things are looking a little dog crazy on the blog at the moment. We promise that will change soon as we have a pile of work waiting in the wings that we can’t post until the campaigns have begun. So for now it’s puppies, deal with it! Also, since Dermott is now living with the CEO of the RSB you won’t be seeing photo’s of him either.
We’re told the Vision SA mag will be out soon with a shot of this little fella’s mate on the cover that’ll melt your heart – if it hadn’t already melted after that heat wave we just had in Adelaide. We’ve been busy with lots of bread ‘n butter work as well and it’s nice to feel like the wheels are yet again set in motion. Here’s hoping 2009 is going to be a good year, we’re already excited about 2010. Sorry, we’re a bit pumped about the economy as we spent most of today shooting PR for a rather large global company and they’re set to spend more on marketing this year than ever before. It’s just good to see companies with confidence in little ol’ Aus.
Please become a puppy educator
Ok, just to clear one thing up quickly; Dermott’s not actually a Guide Dog anymore. It turns out he has an underlying suspicion towards strangers which makes him a risk to the public – likely to lick people to death! This means he’ll be moving on from our care very soon and we hope he’ll be happy where he ends up. We’ve learned a hell of a lot from having the little guy around and we’re sure many of you enjoyed meeting him and seeing the great work the Royal Society for the Blind is doing here in Adelaide. Speaking of which, we’ve done another shoot for them and will post some pics when they’re finished. We know they say not to work with kids or animals but we’ve been doing a bit of both lately and enjoying it immensely!
Here’s a little celebratory snap of the little guy in his 1st birthday hat.
Dermott's 1st Birthday
A new one for us, we spent yesterday morning shooting head shots for a guy looking to get some extras/acting work. We think he has a great “character” look about him and wish him luck! Who knows, maybe we’ll be seeing him on the tube soon!