In a complete failure to update my blog more regularly, I've neglected to announce that I'm now a regular contributor to Toy Photographers, a wonderful blog about toy photography, featuring artists from around the world! I'm incredibly proud to be part of the team, and have been writing regularly since February. My first post as part... Continue Reading →
I was recently invited back to write another guest post for Stuck in Plastic, this time about my very first toy photo. The trip down memory lane was quite eye-opening, as it made me realize how much LEGO photography has changed my life. Please head on over to the site and read my post here!
I'm proud to announce that I've written my very first guest post for Stuck In Plastic! In it I talk about leaving my comfort zone as an indoor photographer to shoot outdoors, and what I learned as a result! There's also a bit in there about my time at the Seattle Toy Photo Safari. You can... Continue Reading →
When I began my foray into LEGO photography in 2013, I had neither sophisticated equipment nor a deep understanding of photography in general. It's now been 3 years since snapping my first LEGO pic, and I'm still not an expert by any stretch of the imagination, but I am more confident in the skills I... Continue Reading →
I hate to admit this, but when it comes to James Bond films, I've only seen five: the three currently under Daniel Craig's belt, and two of Pierce Brosnan's (Die Another Day and The World Is Not Enough). I know. I know! With the upcoming release of Spectre, I thought it was about time that I put an end to my embarrassing... Continue Reading →