“What is striking in your shots is the look, the light in the dog’s eyes…”
“The dog has a simpler way to have fun than ours because he lives here and now without thinking about the future, and therefore fully appreciates what he is doing. In addition, it hardly has a facial mimic, or rather, it has expressions that it cannot control and therefore most of the time it is with the eyes and the tail that communicates the sensations it is feeling. Through his eyes you can see the soul. The dog wants to do that certain thing, run, jump, and this is expressed with the eyes. His eyes are on me, drawn to the noise of the camera.
The gaze then depends on the position it takes. The morphology of the muzzle, the expression depend on the dog’s positions. During the race he takes different positions and each of these changes his expression, from suffering to very happy, from bad, fierce, to cheerful, crazy with joy.”