Animal Planet dubs it “the biggest game on all fours”, involving 75 puppies, 21 kittens, nine hedgehogs, and dozens of crew members and volunteers. That’s just a small glimpse into what it took to produce and shoot Puppy Bowl IX – airing this Sunday at 3 p.m. on Animal Planet. During the two-day filming in November, my assistant Adele Godfrey and I took portraits and shot the production stills of this year’s game.
Click HERE for some behind-the-scene photos from The Washington Post.
To see more production stills, click HERE for the Huffington Post story.
For the complete coverage and some images from past events visit Animal Planet’s web site HERE
Take one very charismatic, camera-friendly reality star, stir in the tourist melting pot that is Times Square, and you’ve created the perfect cocktail for fan recognition. Not only did Jackson graciously pose for photos with fans, he accepted an unexpected role from this woman, who was evidently not impressed by me or my camera (and apparently unaware of his star status): impromptu photographer.
Didn’t see the variety in cats that we saw during Day One, but interesting never the less. Met a variety of owners though…
Here are some highlights from the day. In order of appearance: Pixiebob, shorthair Oriental, longhair Oriental, Bombay, and a Balinese.