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I process my photos one by one using only traditional techniques. This makes every silver gelatin print unique and slight differences in tone and contrast between different prints from the same shot may be found. The prints you will receive have always much better quality than the scanned images on the web and are free of watermark. 

By now I am selling 5x7'' prints in white acid free conservation quality mounts. Contact me if you wish to order other sizes or framed prints.

Thank you for your visit.



As a historian of technology, I am interested on instruments and machines from the past. In addition to research in libraries and archives, I enjoy repairing and bringing back to life 'obsolete' devices in order to reenact experiences and feelings from past times. I inherited my father's passion for film photography and since 2011, during a stay in Cambridge, I started to shoot on film with an old Kodak camera from the 1920's. Since then I have built up a small collection of film cameras I repaired and use in my daily life.

Obsolete doesn't mean 'useless' but 'different' and sometimes 'better'