chromogenic (C-41)

Chromogenic Prints (C-41 process) are analog, photographic images created from negatives in a color darkroom. Each print has been made by hand over several hours with meticulous attention to color detail to ensure each print comes out with the utmost greatest quality. These images began as a part of a series I started in 2009 in my freshman semester at SFAI as a revert back to analog practices in a time of a digital dichotomy within the contemporary fine art realm. These prints have been mounted to wood to be used a symbolic gesture that the images and the work themselves are organic entities. Pieces range in creation from 2009-2011.

The remainding set of images are scanned images of chromogenic prints I made between 2009-2010; these images were dipped & dried in bee's honey wax for a translucent effect.