I’ve been collecting Asian Ball Jointed Dolls (BJDs) for over 7 years now, photographing them has always been a passion since I decided to pick up a camera seriously around the same time and the two interests have grown hand in hand. Shooting BJDs comes with it’s own set of challenges and rewards, much of the technique is very similar to shooting portraits in general but on a much smaller scale (the biggest BJDs I own stand at 60cm tall, the smallest at 26cm) but the results are well worth it and the process is endlessly enjoyable.