Thanks to one of my dearest clients I got to do a really exciting gig at Capital C Marketing. Let me start by saying that it’s one of those companies that makes you have a severe case of “office envy”: you get to work in a cool lofty space with exposed brick, wooden beams and quirky items scattered throughout the office and then you also get to bring your doggy on Fridays! Actually the latter would be exactly how I ended up spending an afternoon at Capital C and distract everyone from their work – I was brought to take some “corporate portraits” of all the dogs that were in attendance that day. Needless to say it was chaotic, tail wagging, insane experience and I wouldn’t miss it for the world!
Having debated (with myself mostly) on how and what to post on my blog, I decided to do a resume on the “other employees” of Capital C with brief characteristics based on my first impression of each and every one of them
Thank you everybody – it was such a pleasure meeting you and I will cherish this experience for the longest time!
As usual, thanks to you 15% of the fee will be allocated to the fund to help out local rescues and shelters.
And here it is, please meet the other employees of Capital C :
This week-end turned out to be very exciting for me – I got to shoot with the hedgehogs!Kate brought her little guys over to my studio for the portraits photoshoot and even though these fellas are not the easiest models to work with, they sure make up for it with their cuteness! Claudette has been with Kate for a while and she just recently endured a life changing surgical procedure – after a tragical scratching accident, she had one of her eyes removed (lucky for Claude, Kate didn’t spare any expense to make sure her girl survives) and Ralph just recently joined their family so he is still very shy and was trying to avoid the photoshoot at all costsNonetheless I think we nailed it – I absolutely love the portraits and I think all three turn out amazing!
PS: As usual 15% of the feel will be allocated for donation to animal shelters. Thank you Kate, your help is really appreciated!