Hobby Toy Photography can find it's roots in Kodak's 1929 Picture Contest. From representations of boxing rings, lounging dolls and scenic expanses, toy photography spread as cameras came into the hands of the masses. The only place these images are published on the web.
I created these images in 2018 with a porcelain clown from Goodwill, doll dresses from the dollar store and Ikea dollhouse furniture. I never shared them with you here, so now I do.
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, week, month, etc. Others develop more slowly. I have an idea I return to, or a figure that turns into a muse. And with that... Continue Reading →