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 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
I’ve been working on a new series I’m tentatively calling Monochromous. And I’ve had the honor of having a portion of that series featured on the Exclu Collective. Check it … Continue reading Introducing Monochromous
Some of you may remember my first ever MMM post all about Pose Skeletons. Well this is sort of a follow-up to that post. Pose skeleton is a 1:18 scale … Continue reading 1:18 Scale
Toy Photography Communities – finding online spaces to share your work and exchange ideas. Do you create photographs of toys and miniatures? If so, this guide is for you. *Note … Continue reading Where can I post toy photos?
2016 has come to an end, and as I’ve done for the past could of years, I’d like to share with you my personal favorite images I’ve created this past … Continue reading 2016