A collection of photographs that celebrate the culture in New York of bringing your dog to work.
Photographs by Michelle Rose
Preface by Bashkim Dibra
K9-5: New York Dogs at Work is a collection of photographs that celebrate the culture in New York of bringing your dog to work. Studies have shown that having dogs in the office lowers stress and can even increase productivity. New Yorkers are known for having the longest work weeks resulting in many bringing their pooches with them to work. Featuring the offices of lawyers, hair salons, interior designers, furniture and textile showrooms, architects, jewelry boutiques, art galleries and many more with all types of dogs from Dachshunds, Shih Tzus, a Great Dane, Labradoodles, Corgis, French and English Bulldogs, mixed breeds, rescues, and others. With photography by Michelle Rose and a preface by famed dog trainer and author Bashkim Dibra, the book intimately shows these adorable ‘workers’ and the beautiful spaces they inhabit from nine to five.
Michelle Roseis from West Virginia and has been living and working in New York City for the past twenty years. She worked full-time for renowned architect Alan Wanzenberg for over twelve years photographing his projects. Her work has been published in Architectural Digest, Elle Decor, The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times and featured in Journey: The Life and Times of an American Architect by Alan Wanzenberg (Pointed Leaf Press), The Bald Mermaid by Shelia Bridges (Pointed Leaf Press), and an upcoming book by Heath Tiles.
“Offers a peek inside the office at some of the city’s most stylish working pups.” —Architectural Digest