First off, I'd like to give a huge thanks to Tyler Orton for teaching me the basics of processing and scanning my own film - that knowledge introduced me to what has been the biggest challenge and most rewarding chapter in my photographic career. I am now far from mixing chemicals in growlers and doing fix baths in bathroom sinks; I actively process and scan my own B&W work in a shared darkroom here in Boulder. Don Oberbeck, whom I am lucky enough to call a friend and mentor, is one of the best technically trained and well versed film photographers that I know, and has played a huge roll in my development (pun intended) as an analog photographer. If you are looking for where most of my creative juices flow, look no further than my film work.