About Sue Hamilton-White
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I am a photographer and artist interested in traditional wet and darkroom methods of working. I am inspired my nature as well as popular culture.
This work is made using a traditional photographic technique known as “Cyanotype”, originally developed in the 1840s, and used famously by Anna Atkins, a botanist. Until recently the process was used by engineers and architects to produce plans, known as blueprints. The process uses two iron-based chemicals that are sensitive to light. This work is made using negatives as well as ‘photograms’, laying objects onto the paper and then exposing to UV light.
I am very happy to work to commission, and can print on silk, cotton, wood.