I will be showing some works demonstrating old (nineteenth century) and contemporary methods of photographic printmaking, including: photogravure etchings, platinum, kallitype and cyanotype.
I am an experienced photographer and printmaker using the techniques and processes of the nineteenth century, including photogravure, platinum, salt and albumen, carbon transfer, kallitype and cyanotype printing. I specialise in combining digital and analogue technologies and my work has been shown at national and regional galleries, including the National Portrait Gallery and the Royal Society of Painters-Printmakers. I make landscapes and portraits. The early photographic processes I use exhibit an aesthetic and stylistic 'richness' of presence that is missing from some modern prints. I teach these old photographic techniques at West Dean, universities and colleges and studios in London and Chichester.