|About the artists-|
Chris has been photographing since 1968, when he was 3. He has exhibited his work at premier invitational art festivals since 1987. Awards have been numerous, and graciously accepted. His work can be found in numerous private and corporate collections.
Chris' first camera was a plastic version of Kodak's Brownie, and from there he went on to use a 4x5" view camera for over 25 years. His prints were made in a wet darkroom from 1987 until 2009, when he then embraced the digital workflow. Now he uses a Canon 1DS Mark II and prime Canon L lenses. Prints are made on an Epson Pro 9890 44" printer.
Kim has enjoyed making photographs for over 15 years. Having travelled to over 15 countries, she has a large number of images which she is currently assembling for this site.
She has used 35mm as her primary format, with a few images being made with a 4x5" view camera. Currently she uses a Canon 60D. Prints are made on an Epson Pro 9890 44" printer.