Photographer and MMW instructor, Jill Enfield, brings her expertise in alternative processes to the B&H Event Space in Manhattan, Thursday, June 24 from 3:00 – 5:00PM.
An esteemed fine art and editorial photographer, Jill is constantly innovating and adapting new techniques to produce an aesthetically unique body of work. Gain insight into her methods as Jill discusses the various processes she embraces, sharing her past work and discussing her new avenues in the medium. From wet plate collodion to images on tiles, you will be enthralled by this two-hour lecture.
Jill has taught handcoloring and non-silver techniques at schools in New York City and throughout the USA and Europe. Her work is in the collections of The Amon Carter Museum, Museo de Arte Moderno de Medellín in Colombia, The Boca Raton Museum of Art and Hotel Parisi in La Jolla, among others.
Her book Photo-Imaging - A Complete Guide To Alternative Processes won the Golden Light Award for Best Technical Book in 2002. Jill is working on an updated version which will be out in later this year.
Jill's work with infrared photography is featured in the touring exhibition Four Visions in a Different Light, opening at the Maine Media Gallery July 5, and her Collodion Process workshop in Rockport takes place August 8 - 14.
Below: View filmmaker Ryan White's time-lapse short of Jill at work in her portable collodion darkroom. Music: "We Insist" by Zoe Keating