GOAT COLLABORATIVE//BAY AREA'S BEST DOG PHOTOGRAPHER JESSE FREIDIN


The studio is currently juggling a handful of very exciting, very exclusive collaborative projects with some big names. And by big names I mean organizations that are doing important work in the animal and arts worlds, organizations that I highly respect, and am honored to work with. And don't worry- you'll recognize the names.... All these projects are still in 'Top Secret' mode, but I truly can't wait to announce the big news and begin sharing these incredible collaborations with you. And since I'm a nice guy, here is a little Behind the Scenes Sneak Peek at one of these exciting collaborations. Thank goodness my amazing East Coast assistant (also known as my sister-in-law) was with me to juggle cameras, document the project, and pet a whole lot of farm animals.

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We somehow ended up with one of these. Apparantly we cut the line of 5,000 other people who are waiting for their very own wheel. But man, is it is DELICIOUS! Totally worth the 2 minutes of guilt I felt for cutting in line.

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I had 5 cameras with me, 7 types of film-  both instant and medium format, and a light meter. I also had boots.

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This is a great example of what I like to call "All Terrain Photography," which I face a lot in my job. Most of the time it just means stepping through some mud in my nice shoes while photographing a beautiful dog client. But I was more than ecstatic to jump into a pig stye. It wasn't as stinky as I had imagined.

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This is pretty much a photograph of me in photo-heaven.

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6:00am was a great time to be out in the field. Can you tell I just rolled out of bed?

Keep your eyes on the the blog and Facebook page for updates on all our special projects.

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