All my works are original photographs, usually made with Niepceotype (albumen on glass) - one of the rarest techniques, invented in 1847, wet-plate collodion technique on glass- negatives and positives (ambrotype), or metal (tintype).  Some of the negatives I use to print on paper using both 19th-century methods (salt-print, albumen and cyanotype) and more modern analog techniques using professional Omega enlarger 4-5’’ to print on photographic paper. I further work on some of the photographs in colors, gold or chemicals turning them into unique works of art