Hi all, I wanted to share two articles in our local papers about our recent trip to Antarctica. It was an incredible experience and I have some great pictures that I think would make great canvas prints, like this one.
I was also able to bring a doll with me, although I was only able to take her out a handful of times. However, Dotty (a Sissel Skille Gotz doll that I repainted) got to see some incredible wildlife and ice! She will be for sale eventually, at which point I will definitely post a few more pictures of her adventures.
Anyways, here are the articles:
Del Mar Times
San Diego Union Tribune
I am currently in Australia, on my way to Antarctica and New Zealand over the next 6 weeks. I will be taking some doll photography in all of these places which I hope to share with you all! Unfortunately it does mean that I am unable to ship any orders until I return. However, the pictures should make up for it 🙂
I have been fortunate enough to travel to some interesting destinations over the last few years. What started out as an experiment in doll photography (dolls in Sequoia, Yosemite, etc.) has turned into a full on passion for photography of interesting places and things. I took a leap and printed some of my work on canvas and it really came out phenomenally. Here is a photo of one peice hanging on my wall:
I am hoping to find the best way to share these shots with others. You can check out the prints I have for sale here.
I am having a temporary price reduction on a few dolls in my store. Check them out!
I just wanted to share a video I made a few months ago explaining the differences between 27″ Gotz Dolls that were manufactured in Germany (older) and in China (current manufacturing location).
I have started taking the photography of some of the dolls that I make, sell and collect pretty seriously so I have started this site to showcase that photography in one place (as opposed to scattered throughout a variety of eBay auctions). This is a work in progress, so if you have any feedback please send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
And most of all, welcome!