My photography isn't about nostalgia, it's about telling stories, although it is nostalgia for some toy photographers. I see toys as a way of forming connections, because I think, most of us, if presented with toys of our childhood, would feel that nostalgia, that wonder. And no matter if you still choose to bring toys into your adult life, they will always hold a special place in your heart because of how they formed you through childhood.
In Response to the Daily Prompt: Pace Oddity. "If you could slow down an action that usually zooms by, or speed up an event that normally drags on, which would you choose, and why?" Speed Up Slow Down
Family can be defined in a variety of ways. Overall, for me, it's those who are there for you when you need them most- like the people in these photos: And here's my whole Woodland series- a little mischievous fairy family: See more posts like this here.
My dad wrote a book! It should be officially published and up on Amazon.com around the end of September. Currently, I'm helping out with some last minute editing and the cover photograph. Check out his webpage now (P.S. I created the header photo) and learn a little bit about him and his book: Working Would be Great... Continue Reading →