Photographer Kevin Sarasom worked for many years in cinema and shot portraits. After another photo shoot, he drew attention to his girlfriend's dog, who was waiting for him in the studio, and said: "Let's take some photos of Frankenstein." The picture of the dog gained several million views, and then Sarasom organized a studio for shooting animals — Off Leash Studio.
A year later, he admits that it was a great decision: "I've never had so much fun in my life. Once I was attacked by eight puppies, who were only a month old. It couldn't be better." Kevin's experience in film and portrait photography helps him express the unique "personality" of each animal in the picture.