Need some light relief? Here are some of our favourite dogs photographed in IMAGE Interiors
The IMAGE Interiors team often have a tough time on shoots … hanging out with pampered pooches. We thought it was only fair to look back over the magazine and share them with you.
The IMAGE Interiors team have gone a bit doggy-mad recently. With two new dog owners to add to the pack, we’ve been talking about puppy cuddles, needy dogs, indestructible dog beds, but mostly about how brilliant they are.
We also realised just how many dogs we’ve photographed and featured in the pages of the magazine. On shoot days, they have a knack for spotting that the recently plumped sofa would make for an excellent napping spot and might throw some extra side-eye to the camera, or they’ll see a crew of people standing around their home just dying to throw a ball for them. I mean, why else would they be here?
So we decided to dive into the archive to find all the dogs we’ve featured lately, so you too can bask in all their slobbery affection. In no particular order, we present the dogs of IMAGE Interiors.
Maisie overseeing the work at her owner Martina Scott‘s screenprinting studio in Co Louth. Shot by Carrie Davenport.
Mumford pretends to nap in Emily and Dave of Lost & Found cafe in Coleraine. Shot by Mark Scott.
Milo of Jerpoint Glass Studio, who has his own Instagram account, @glassblowersdog. Shot by Aoife O’Sullivan.
Fiadh is the canine mascot of the People + Projects‘ studio on Dublin’s Francis Street. Shot by Al Higgins.
Hob Knob tires of the camera’s attention in John Farrell’s Dublin townhouse, follow John for more doggy updates. Shot by Ruth Maria Murphy.
Genghis the lurcher poses regally on London designer
Anna Valentine‘s leather sofa. Shoy by Else Young.
The spotlight is clearly nothing new to Suzie McAdam‘s fluffy pup Mischko, as she snoozes against her leg. Shot by Mark Scott.
Lively pup Bear takes a timeout in the workshop with woodworker Terry Cullen of Two Wooden Horses. Shot by Joanne Murphy.
Bill the Jack Russell has no problem sitting on a reupholstered family heirloom to make the shot in the Dublin home of Clare and Kevin Parsons. Shot by Mark Scott.
Gizmo gets in on the action during Siobhan Lam of April and the Bear‘s house tour. Shot by Mark Scott.
Andrea Horan‘s dog Russo is named after sartorially savvy editor-at-large of Vogue Japan, Anna Dello Russo. Shot by Mark Scott.
Treats may have been used in the making of this portrait of Hugo the pug, at Maven‘s Patricia McGinnis’ home. Shot by Mark Scott.
The handsome face of Hella Moyna’s sheepadoodle Milo during a tour of her home and Nordic Elements workspace. Shot by Al Higgins.
Helen Cody‘s two dogs, Harry and Joe are perfectly in sync. Shot by Mark Scott.
Evie takes a nap as her owner Alison Ospina works in her West Cork studio. Shot by Kate Bean.
Bonnie finds the most comfortable spot in photographer Doreen Kilfeather‘s home. Shot by Mark Scott.
Mark St John Ellis of the Nag Gallery found Torque the German Shepard at the ISPCA. Shot by Doreen Kilfeather.
Trixie enjoys a snack while the team photograph Autumn Duncan and Ian Dempsey’s Dublin home. Shot by Doreen Kilfeather.
Feature image: Harry the Pugalier wonders when everybody’s leaving so he can have his humans back, at Terri Cooper’s Dublin home. Shot by Doreen Kilfeather.