Fine Art

My fine art has been described by one blogger as “surreal double-imagery to magically immortalize moments in time.” I think that’s a fine way to put it.

Some of the images in this portfolio are multiple exposures, others are long exposures incorporating movement, and others start out as straight/normal exposures, and the twist comes in the darkroom. I use a variety of processes – Silver Gelatin and Chromogenic prints most often, plus occasionally Van Dyke, Cyanotype, and Polaroid lifts and transfers.

Where my commercial work is all digital and has been since 2006, my fine art work so far takes place exclusively in an old fashioned darkroom with chemicals and fancy papers.

Self-portraits are quite often the most interesting and revealing pieces a fine artist does – see my ongoing self-portrait series.

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