A Reflection

I shot my first toy photos 9 years ago. I was 17, in Ms. Jen’s 11th grade English class, and chose to illustrate scenes of William Faulkner’s As I Lay Dying from a list of project options. I really knew nothing about photography, but was slowly discovering that I liked it. I …

My First Toy Photo – Pulup

I stepped into toy photography a couple of years after I bought my first DSLR camera. Back in those days, I was walking around at least once a week, taking my own concept-photo trips in the city, though mostly taking shots of cats, graffiti and beer on the streets of …

My first toy photo(s)

I’m not quite sure when I first started calling myself a toy photographer but it certainly wasn’t when I took my first toy photos on Christmas Eve, 2008. I borrowed some of my little brother’s Stormtroopers and had them re-enact a ‘we three kings’ moment around my childhood baby Jesus.

here’s where it all began

it was july 7, 2013. i was in a long line at the grocery store. it was a summer day and sunshine-starved danes (yes, we are often starved for sunshine in the middle of the summer in denmark) were piling their baskets with grillables and rosé and rushing towards the …

65 Million Years Ago …

In the beginning I had absolutely no idea what I was doing. I had been working on a dinosaur-themed comic book and purchased a few toy dinosaurs to help with anatomical designs. The Allosaurus was first, but soon followed by a Triceratops and a Velociraptor. All made by the French …

In the beginning

Beginnings are always messy. ~ John Galsworthy Mr. Galsworthy sums it all up so beautifully. The beginnings of Stuckinplastic, my beginnings as a photographer, my beginnings as a macro photographer…they have all been messy. I hope you will stick around as we work through the messy beginnings and grow into …