renegadevisions:

Do you do your own film processing?
I do my own black and white at home. Another Baltimore film photographer, JeffreyLash, showed me how to develop my own e-6. While I loved seeing the positives come out of the development tank, the extra work/money involved versus the relative ease and reasonable cost of getting my film processed by a professional lab, has prevented me from doing my own color. Perhaps in the future I will, but for now I’m satisfied with just sticking to black and white and sending the rest to the professionals.
What do you like to photograph?
A lot of things. My favorite kind of work involves a conscious participant or a surreptitious capture.  I like the challenge of isolating someone in a public setting and attempting to create an interesting impression. A lot of the pictures in this selection show my night work, which is something I also enjoy. I have mostly taken pictures in urban/suburban environments but I also enjoy getting out to the country. I recently took a trip to Acadia in Maine as well as the Gaspésie in Quebec and was inspired by what I saw there. I’ve uploaded some of those shots to my flickr page and there are more to come.
 Could you give us some details about these photographs and your work?
These selections show some of my work in Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Buenos Aires and Quebec. All of these were shot on film. Mostly medium format of various kinds but there is also a Polaroid from my time in the Gaspésie.

renegadevisions:

Do you do your own film processing?

I do my own black and white at home. Another Baltimore film photographer, JeffreyLash, showed me how to develop my own e-6. While I loved seeing the positives come out of the development tank, the extra work/money involved versus the relative ease and reasonable cost of getting my film processed by a professional lab, has prevented me from doing my own color. Perhaps in the future I will, but for now I’m satisfied with just sticking to black and white and sending the rest to the professionals.

What do you like to photograph?

A lot of things. My favorite kind of work involves a conscious participant or a surreptitious capture.  I like the challenge of isolating someone in a public setting and attempting to create an interesting impression. A lot of the pictures in this selection show my night work, which is something I also enjoy. I have mostly taken pictures in urban/suburban environments but I also enjoy getting out to the country. I recently took a trip to Acadia in Maine as well as the Gaspésie in Quebec and was inspired by what I saw there. I’ve uploaded some of those shots to my flickr page and there are more to come.

 Could you give us some details about these photographs and your work?

These selections show some of my work in Baltimore, Pennsylvania, Buenos Aires and Quebec. All of these were shot on film. Mostly medium format of various kinds but there is also a Polaroid from my time in the Gaspésie.