Hand-printed Fine Art Photographs

I use large format film cameras and classic darkroom techniques to make my limited edition photographs.   Scroll down to read more about my work, my technique, and spotlights on particular projects.

 

  Pedro and Friends

Pedro and Friends

ShoP: ALL Photographs

Hand-printed photographs made from large format film negatives, matted and framed with museum quality materials. All are limited edition. 

  photographing at Farm Sanctuary

photographing at Farm Sanctuary

About me and my photographic techniques:

I'm a fine art and documentary photographer working primarily in traditional film and darkroom techniques.  My work has received awards by the Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, the Royal Photographic Society in England, among others.  News and stories can be found on my blog and instagram

  my booth at Main Street Fort Worth 2017

my booth at Main Street Fort Worth 2017

Upcoming Art Shows

for 2018

Show locations include Atlanta, Fort Worth, Virginia, Maryland, Chicago, Des Moines, and more


I am a civil engineer and am always looking at how things are built and am totally impressed with everything from your framing of the picture to the crate it came in. You have a first class operation. - G. C
I am a true fan. I so appreciate how you are able to capture the essence of each animal’s spirit. — D. B.
Your photo arrived today safe and sound. It is even more lovely than on the website! Thank you!! K. B.

Read more about some of my current projects:

 

 

  Coconut, a rescued sheep living at Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge in North Carolina

Coconut, a rescued sheep living at Piedmont Farm Animal Refuge in North Carolina

SPOTLIGHT: Sanctuaries


This is an ongoing project which now includes many sanctuaries devoted to rescuing farm animals in the worst of circumstances and giving them a home.  Ten percent of sales of my photographs are donated to those organizations to assist them in their work.

  a slave dwelling in South Carolina

a slave dwelling in South Carolina

spotlight: the slave dwellings

I'm photographing with an 8x16" film camera and printing silver gelatin photographs in the darkroom. Some I am altering with bleach to visually communicate the sense of fading away of the structures.

  Farmer Bob, photographed for my project Hard Coal about the last independent anthracite miners

Farmer Bob, photographed for my project Hard Coal about the last independent anthracite miners

READ ABOUT: Ongoing Photographic Projects

Many of my images for sale are taken from intensive projects I'm working on, including former slave dwellings across the US, threatened old-growth forests, farm animals in sanctuaries, the last anthracite miners, and the changing landscape of my rural hometown. To read more about these ongoing projects click the button below.