Photographing Miniature Worlds: The Art of Jennifer Nichole Wells

An interview on the WordPress Discover Site! Thank you so much. This is definitely an honor.


Viewing the fine art photography of Jennifer Nichole Wells is like falling down a rabbit hole into another dimension. The Jacksonville, Florida-based photographer constructs and photographs miniature dioramas of mysterious and whimsical worlds. Here, she discusses her creative process behind these small-scale scenes.

jennifer nichole wellsWhy do you create tiny worlds?

There are many things I want to create, ideas I want to get across, emotions I want to express. I don’t fully accomplish this when I go out and shoot photographs — I need to put more of myself into each image.

With miniatures, I create every detail of any world I build and can easily express an emotion through them. An image of a miniature is more representational: a ghost of real life, which pulls you in and makes you see in a different way.

Where do you build your scenes?

I live in a one-bedroom apartment. I converted the…

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Photographer of miniatures and writer on all things small.


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