The primary aim of my miniature photography is to have the viewer stop, engage in the present moment and laugh. The present moment is all we really have, but people are often lost in past memories or future anxieties. However, seeing tiny people actively participating in our "super-sized" world, makes the viewer stop and take a second look. The image plays with their perception.



A lot of my miniature photography doesn't have intense or deep meaning. I enjoy seeing life in a humorous way and being playful with my work. However, some of my beliefs and passions are naturally revealed through my images.