Yukon Quest “pup-arazzi” at Casavant Kennels

[by Teresa]  If I was a sleddog, I know where I’d want to live: on an acreage near Tagish, Yukon, where I’d be fed stew and given massages and tucked into a cosy building on those frigid winter nights. It’s also the home of Normand Casavant and Karine Grenier, subjects of a documentary film being shot by Red Letter Films that follows veteran musher, Normand, as he prepares to race in the Yukon Quest.

The production company hired us to do a portrait shoot of Normand’s dogs. The portraits are under wraps until the race, but here are some of the behind-the-scenes shots from our day at Casaventures Kennels. It was overcast so we set up an outdoor studio right in the dogyard, and Karine worked with us all day as we shot portraits of their 30 dogs. Normand and Karine are lovely, and their dogs were fun to work with – it was one of the more delightful shoots we’ve done.

The Yukon Quest is a month away. The legendary 1000-mile dogsled race starts in Whitehorse on February 7. Good luck to Normand and the team – we’ll be at the start line watching!

 

 

 

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One Response to “Yukon Quest “pup-arazzi” at Casavant Kennels”


  1. Karine says:

    Thanks Teresa and Fritz those are very nice and funny picture. I can stop laughing when I look at Anis pict. What a unique shot of Rafale! In 14 years of dog mushing I never realize that a dog could do that with is mouth. You guys are very professional! Karine and Normand


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