Rewild Photography is a little space to share my explorations with film photography, alternate processes and otherwise overlooked tools and techniques. This site stands as a refuge for anyone weary of chasing megapixels, obsessed with the magic of mechanical cameras, or simply curious to learn more about how things once were in the world of image-making.
The idea to ‘Rewild’ photography borrows an ecological concept, where environments are strengthened by encouraging indigenous flora and fauna to rebound and thrive. Everything is shared here with the firm belief that studying, re-introducing and cultivating some photographic species at risk of extinction is valuable for the overall heath and vibrancy of our ecosystem. For me, the proof has been expanded creativity and a renewed appreciation for the beauty and genius in yesterday’s innovations, and I can’t wait to see what happens if we all make just a little more room for these analog wonders in our sandbox.
I hope you will enjoy following along as I tumble down the rabbit-hole of pre-digital photography, and please connect and share your story too.