I usually claim I make pictures with the camera as a tool. I mainly work digitally but consider my way of working to still have many similarities to the analogue photo process; both how I work with the motifs and in the subsequent work with selection and editing. In the digital darkroom, almost nothing is done that cannot be done in an analog photo lab. Personal projects, photo books and exhibitions are my main focuses, but you are always welcome to contact me for collaborations.
I also work with analogue photography in my personal projects. I use different cameras. A Kodak Brownie Starlet from the late 1950s, read more here. An ongoing project with colour film, out of date. An old camera from 1959, Olympus Wide with a 35mm lens, now with a slow shutter. Read more here. Could be fun to work with again. Polaroid cameras. No film in stock any longer for my Polaroid EE66 though, read more here. I also have a Polaroid 1000 with instant film in b/w and colour, read more here. New projects ahead.
I have an old archive with slide film. I'm always searching for pictures to use, some of them already used in my photo books.
Listen with your eyes.
There is a lot to be said about photography. Or not. Just let it be.
Hopefully, when you are watching a photo-graph, sometimes a magic, mystical clock-work will start the engine and take you for a ride.