In January 2019, I’ll be opening a public darkroom, Obscura Darkroom, in Newark, NJ. Located in the University Heights neighborhood, Obscura will provide open darkroom hours, memberships for unlimited facilities use, and classes for both adults and teens.
Here I am, back at it, trying to find the words to express my gratitude towards the film photography community for their continuous support and trying to explain what on earth possesses me to keep making this magazine. Ever since
I have always built cameras, machines and models for fun.
PhotoKlassik International is back on Kickstarter shooting for a late September 2018 launch at this year's Photokina.
My Pinhole work has been fun of late.
Innovative solutions for digitising film abound, from homegrown solutions using copy stands, digital cameras and scanning masks, to Nikon's endlessly delayed ES-2 35mm film digitising adapter.
Even though people keep asking me to create a book I've never really planned on doing so. All that changed after a conversation with good old Nils Karlson.
The short version is that I've been working on Goodnight Sweetheart for three years. It’s a small photo book featuring photographs of dumped mattresses that I’ve found on my travels. I love a dumped mattress.
Street photography is a mercurial practice of ritual, patience, and spending endless hours with your own thoughts as you stalk a city’s sidewalks.
Since I dove into the world of analog photography, the idea of bringing a film to the market as been a sort of fantasy but the dream actually came true!
Being a writer first and a film photographer second, I'm drawn to images and visual art that have stories to tell.
There's no argument that 2017 was a good year for the analogue photography community but in my humble opinion, the assumption that it was the industry driving the analogue resurgence - or whatever you want to call it - couldn't