Old school photographic magic in a throw away digital world.
In Phillip England‘s photographic studio you can sit for your tintype portrait or arrange one for someone you care about. Wet plate collodion tintype photography, invented in the 1850s and commonly used for portraiture until the end of the 19th century, exemplifies a return to hand crafted image making. The beguiling materiality of a tintype photograph is unique in modern photography. Philip’s artistic practice also embraces other analogue and digital photographic media.