Figuring out which scale will work best for your toy photography.
Almost every image I make is a self portrait. Those tiny bits of plastic become me. They represent my strongly felt emotions, my experiences. And through this I attach myself so fully to their image.
A clearer picture of life ahead. A New Door
A series created in 2019 as a spin off from my Monochrome | Polychrome series. I believe I had more images planned but they never came to fruition.
“Several times per heartbeat, over and over from birth to death, we each separate the specific from the general, the figure from the ground, and decide which shape is the … Continue reading From Nature
A reflection on quarantine through the use of a bronze Joker action figure and handmade clay dogs. Click on an image to view it larger. That’s 2 series down in … Continue reading Joker Alone
In elementary school I made a purple mansion out of balsa wood, scaled to my Fashion Polly dolls. In middle school I carved the Mortman Mountain from The Series of … Continue reading Making Miniatures
I’ve been thinking about images I’ve created in series in the past. Some I plan and then shoot all at once, or in sequence over the course of a day, … Continue reading Focusing on Toes