I am very honored to have my work 'Bodie Boxes' published in the lastest issue of UK's Lumen magazine. This series of 6 works were created amidst the historical landscape of Bodie, CA. An abandoned mining town, Bodie is frozen in time. Preserved as a park, you can walk along the city paths and enter homes that were once thriving, now abandoned but eerily unchanged by the passing of time. You can view the work on pages 38-47 of issue 7 of Lumen magazine. If you are interested in owning one of these pieces, please contact me directly. There is a companion series to this work titled 'Ghost town'. A limited number of prints from the series 'Ghost town' are currently showing and available at 1805 gallery in San Diego.
The above is an example of an original tintype and it's subsequent gelatin silver paper prints. The tintype is on the far left, the original is a 5x7 created in December. To make the additional photographs I first create a negative and then print each copy by hand in the traditional wet darkroom process. I am happy to create the new print in any size from a tiny locket size, to 20x24. I stick with the traditional printing to continue the silver story from the tintype to the print, also to keep the maker a part of the photograph and analog alive!
Hello! Thank you for visiting my website. I am located in Chicago, IL and take appointments for tintypes & ambrotypes, children's panels and custom restoration work of old photographs. To contact for an appointment, please email: firstname.lastname@example.org.