Ultimately I am seeking in my photographic work to encapsulate the essence of an Impressionist film into a single frame.
I use handmade large format, Holga, and Santa Barbara pinhole cameras using film or paper negatives.
Popham from Cox’s Head, 34 Days. 2014
Howard Hill, Augusta, 2014. Altoid Tin pinhole camera
The view of the Connecticut River Valley from Mount Holyoke. 8 x 10 Harman direct Positive pinhole
Two week pinhole exposure. Solargraph. Taken at Hewnoaks Artist Colony. Lovell Maine. July 2014
The Great Carrying Place. Where Benedict Arnold and his troops on their way to try to take Quebec would have to carry their heavy bateaux laden with provisions up the mountains around the rapids of the lower Dead River.
Inn by the River, the Forks, 129 Days
Simonton Quarry, Rockport, taken with a 4” x 5” Santa Barbara pinhole camera
Panorama pinhole image. Vinalhaven Quarry. made with a 1” x 10” paper negative