Photography is an aspirational yet illusive career path for so many creatives. The industry has experienced rapid growth thanks to the rise in social media and the relative affordability of equipment. However, it certainly can take a while to find your feet as a photography. Especially when it comes to choosing your nice, finding a steady flow of projects and defining your personal visual style. I’ve been working as a commercial pet photographer since 2018 and want to share more of my professional journey with you. I hope it will help improve accessibility to creative industry jobs and inspire others to pursue their passions professionally.
We’ve just said goodbye to our seventh foster dog for Spaniel Aid. Percy was an intelligent, lively collie cross working cocker spaniel. To celebrate his adoption day, I thought I’d share with you the our foster dog adventure list. Our list is full of typically new experiences I like to take the dogs on during their stay. Each item aims to equip the foster dogs with a new skill, which they can take with them to their forever homes once they’re adopted.
Percy came to me shortly after being picked up as a stray. It’s unclear how long he was a stray, the dog warden had estimated him to be around 2 years old. He’d been in a busy foster family with dogs and children but things had gotten too much. I’d just moved to Plymouth and with Woody and Hen settling in well, I decided to volunteer to foster Percy.