My Last Reenactment Photograph

Due to my age and and general health, being an insulin dependant diabetic, and finding increasing difficulty managing all this and living under canvas, I retired from active reenactment photography at the end of 2004.

Below is my last photograph taken on service. A whole plate wet collodion negative, it shows men of Co.K, 28th.Massachusetts V.I.Regt., 2nd Corp on the 4th July 1863.

Following that a shot of myself in action.


Grania and Peter
Senator Robinson
Both 1/6 plate tintypes

The Scallawag Mess

A half plate ambrotype

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Some Early Photographs from the Ulster-American Folk Park

Taken in 2001

A whole plate gold toned contact print on Centennial P.O.P

Taken using my Dallmeyer 2A Patent Portrait lens