Cyanoportraiture combines contemporary portrait photography with one of the oldest photographic processes: cyanotype. Created in 1842, cyanotype is the iron-salt process originally used for architectural blueprints. I use it to produce large-scale photographs in rich, Prussian Blue tones. I shoot mostly in medium format film and print onto large sheets of cotton, linen, and muslin, which I then stretch onto bars like paintings.
I also work in both digital and traditional b&w film, and am available for a wide variety of photographic services: headshots, photojournalism/ documentary work, live events, weddings, maternity photos, boudoir, fashion/wearable art. In an education setting I'd be happy to arrange a cyanotype workshop with students or 1 on 1 with fellow artists.
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