Will Robson-Scott and Ollie Grove might not have dogs of their own, but they've spent a large chunk of the last few years hanging out with all kinds of pups. They smoked pot with a group of pitbull breeders in Los Angeles. They met a dog in London named Mr. Harrison and discovered that he had his very own vintage-inspired "boudoir." They ventured to both sides of the Atlantic to document the relationship between canines and their owners, shooting their subjects in a formal portrait style that makes each one of their images feel truly unique.
And, now, they've decided to release the collaborative project as a limited-edition book published by Victory Journal. To celebrate the release of In Dogs We Trust, we caught up with Grove to get the back story on the photographs. Ahead, check out our interview, along with some of his favorite shots.