I’ll give you a break from yesterday’s college paper of a post. This one will be short. Potential spoilers ahead. Manifest In NBC’s, now Netflix’s, show Manifest flight 828 goes … Continue reading NBC’s Manifest and Carl Jung
A more in depth look at the study of dreams, done for a project outside my normal blog content. I was told to be as in depth as possible, which … Continue reading A Technological Surrealist Endeavor
That’s very much a working title. I have no idea how I’ll end up framing this piece. All I know is I took too long to finally get to work … Continue reading Calling
First and foremost, toy photography is photography. The term “toy photography” only came to use after the internet age, within the past 15 years or so – primarily through social media like flickr. But toy photography has existed since at least 1898 (123 years ago), and can be traced back even to the invention of photography, all falling instead into the categories I’ll outline here.
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.
“The work we make, even if unnoticed and undesired by the world, vibrates in perfect harmony to everything we put into it – or withhold from it. In the outside … Continue reading Alone
I wrote about Surrealism on the Toy Photographers blog in 2017. While I had been using surrealist tenants in my work (like illustrating my dreams), this was the first time … Continue reading Rewrite | Small Surrealism, Toy Photographers Blog
That doesn’t mean I don’t often have fun or find enjoyment in the photos I take, but fun is not my why, not my motivator . “Art is coming face … Continue reading Toy Photography | I don’t do this for fun