My Father My Father's Darkroom Just around the time I was born in the mid-50s, my father outfitted our house with a darkroom, where he spent hours loading bulk film for his Leica, developing the exposed rolls, and making prints of his portraits of my siblings and mother and me. By the time I was in junior high, I was taking my own photos and I had commandeered the darkroom for myself, where I spent years repeating the processes that my father loved. The equipment sat unused in my basement for the past few decades, and I finally decided that it was time to get rid of it all. But I found it impossible to let it go; it had left that deep an impression on me. And so instead I decided to document the tools of my father's art, lighting them in the darkroom hues of safelights and daylight, to memorialize my father's methods and pay tribute to the man who taught me all about making pictures. (More details on the project can be found in this Feature Shoot article.) Prints of images from "My Father's Darkroom" are produced by the artist starting at 16x20" in a limited edition of 12 for $1200. Inquire for larger sizes.