Making assignments for yourself, being able to pursue your own creativity or trust your own artistic compulsions is the only way to make distinctive work that sticks with yourself and others. It’s the only way to prevent yourself from becoming stagnant.
I absolutely adored Peter Pan growing up. The live action one from 2003 specifically. But even years before seeing that specific Peter Pan, I selected a fairy movie from Blockbuster … Continue reading Fairy Tale
I often feel done with a series as soon as I’ve discovered the full truth as to why I’ve begun to make it. I start with an idea, but the … Continue reading Dream Vortex
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.
I’m a broken record are this point but, I lost myself somewhere. Wrapped up in the people and pieces around me, trying to carve a way into the ever changing … Continue reading Creating for Myself
This series is still in progress. The images and words will likely change. Find the continually updated series here. ___ I am real. I am of the earth. I am … Continue reading A New Door
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 … Continue reading Not Clown
I’ve been working in the realm of toy photography since 2008, so it’s only natural, that by now I will have developed somewhat of a style. I go through periods … Continue reading Defining My Artistic Style