Photographer Jim Golden started his career as a retoucher in New York City's fast-paced world of advertising, but traded in taxis and skyscrapers for scenic natural landscapes and crisp Oregon air. Now he owns his own photography studio, and when he isn't capturing the majestic landscapes of the Pacific Northwest or creating beautiful portraits with his lens he's creating visual records of unique collections.
We've been getting busy this summer on Instagram and here is another collection of some of our favorite photos recently!
We've got Instagram fever. We've got it bad.
Miniatures fascinate me. Maybe it's because I watched the movie Honey, I Shrunk the Kids a lot when I was little. Or maybe it's the fact that I'm 5'3" and holding tiny things makes me feel like a giant... we'll never know, but I do know this: Audrey Heller's photographs are seriously crush-worthy. Audrey transforms common foods and objects into exciting uncharted worlds for her tiny figurines to explore. Her playful and imaginative juxtapositions create some pretty surreal scenarios. Ordinary objects like grapes, cappuccinos, and breakfast cereal become unfamiliar - even dangerous - landscapes. Like film stills, Audrey's photos leave…
I remember the sample meeting (where week where our buyers present uncommon products they’re considering for our line-up) when Audrey Heller’s fantastical photographs were first introduced. The team was immediately captivated by the whimsical scenes, and not a buyer could wait to add her work to our collection. Remembering the excitement around her creative pieces like End Well, Ripened, and my personal favorite, Bound, I couldn’t wait to get a tour of the studio where Audrey brings her miniature models to life. Since Audrey is in San Francisco, I couldn’t visit her workspace in person; but being a photographer and all, Audrey was happy to snap some photos of her own to provide a virtual tour of her studio.