Michael Bunton – analog photography
"The darkroom is a place of solitude for me and, a place to get creative. The process obviously starts with the camera; using my 35mm, brownie, pinhole, or 4x5. Each give me a unique perspective on what I photograph, and what I photograph really varies. The camera is always with me, and I don't usually have a plan ahead of time for what I will photograph. Abandoned farms or houses give me a great opportunity to get creative. After, it’s a thrill developing my black and white film in the darkroom at Studio 224, and seeing the images for the first time. Making prints in the darkroom never gets old."