On Thursday 21st of April I taught the wet plate collodion process to BA Photography students at the London college of Communication, UAL.
Images of artwork and cyanotype collaborative workshop as part of my residency at Scene Art.
The outcome of the wet collodion workshop with Opening Doors was on display during the month of February in the context of the National Festival of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual & Trans History taking place at the museum.
I was commissioned by the V&A Museum to run a wet plate collodion workshop for the Opening Doors association. Opening Doors offers support services with and for older Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual and Trans people in the UK.
I was commissioned by the V&A Museum to install a pop up collodion darkroom on Exhibition Road for the Creative Quarter event on the 13th of November. I was helped by a team of 4 people to produce a total of 30 5x4” tintypes. The pop up darkroom was a great success. Click here for more info on the Creative Quarter event.