He works primarily with pinhole cameras but also uses other
plastic and vintage cameras. He was first introduced to pinhole in his
alternative processes class.
What he likes the most about pinhole photography is the
amount of time it takes to expose an image. He uses his pinhole camera to take
all sorts of photos. He likes the ones with self-portraits. He also uses the
pinhole camera to take landscape photos.
The pinhole that he most often uses is his Daylab 4x5
because he loves the format. He also shoots with Holga and 120WPC. Both have
yielded excellent results. His film is developed at a lab. He uses Kodak film
Pinhole photography is a way for him to spend time on his
photos and practice patience when taking a photograph.