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Christopher Erin

Christopher Erin has been photographing since 1968, when he was three. Upgrading from his first camera, a plastic Kodak Brownie, Christopher went on to use a 4×5” view camera for over 25 years. Since 2013 he has used a 12×20” camera, and the historic wet collodion process. His prints are made in a wet darkroom, using 12×20” glass negatives.

Christopher has exhibited his work at premier invitational art festivals since 1987. His many awards include Best of Photography at art festivals in Sausalito, Mill Valley, St. Louis, and others. Owner of two local businesses, his work can be found in numerous private and corporate collections.

Images are available for purchase in the Mercantile & Art Gallery (Building 601).