The Photo Exchange

Verge Collective photographer Jamie Johnson

Posted in Uncategorized by Jim McKinniss on May 17, 2014

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Cafe copyright by Jamie Johnson.

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Housewife copyright by Jamie Johnson.

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Metro copyright by Jamie Johnson.

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Tea Party copyright by Jamie Johnson.

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Trophy Wife copyright by Jamie Johnson.

 

Jamie Johnson is one of the seven members of the Verge Collective which was formed through of the Duncan Miller Projects. As I wrote in the last posting there are six women and one man in the Verge Collective.

Jamie grew up in New York and attended NYU before moving to Los Angeles. She is a self-taught photographer who enjoys experimenting with different cameras and processes. She is part of a growing number of photographers who have started using old photographic methods, typically called alternative processes. One of the processes she uses is the early process called wet plate collodion. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Collodion_process

Jamie was recently featured in The Huffington Post:

http://www.huffingtonpost.com/shana-nys-dambrot/jamie-johnson-vices-or-i-_b_4900060.html

 

By Jim McKinniss

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