This Sunday you will have the opportunity to add to the photographic history of the Burgwin Wright House, by having your very own tintype created in the gardens of the BWH. The Tintype's known heyday dates from the the mid 1860's thought the 1930s and is your chance "to be in your own art" that is fit for a museum. ( the Cameron Museum of art owns 300 of my Ambrotypes in "The Requiem Glasshouse") (same process as making a tintype but on glass instead of Jappened tin).
We will collaborate and come up with backgrounds around the gardens and using my 1860's lenses
and Cameras photograph you and your loved ones. The process is called Wet-Plate Collodion because its all done wet and happens before your eyes.
Contact Christine at the Museum for an appointment. 910 762 4523
If you prefer a more rustic location, I will be set up at the Fort Anderson Brunswick town NC state Historic site on Saturday April 16th. It's a living history event so bring the family to one of the most interesting places on the Cape Fear River.