Body of

work

As a former commercial photographer with a long history of working for some really wonderful, high profile clients, I have been revisiting my roots in film and negative processing. My love of historical photography processes has led me to investigate and in turn try to replicate these vintage chemical processes. From Daguerreotypes, Ambrotypes and x, to x, x, and x. The work below showcases my career, fine art, and experimentations.

Weaving machines turn wool threads into cloth.

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Forgotten Threads

These images reflect a fading mechanical world of manufacturing. This small scale factory ran weaving and knitting machines designed to knit wool into cuffs, collars, sleeves, yokes and garment bodies. The remarkable company that housed this history is no more. But for decades machines like these ran continuously knitting and weaving cloth to their own tune.