Keep on truckin'

Keep on Truckin' harkens back to the mid 20th century when serious black and white photographs were made with large format cameras and sheet film which was then processed and printed in wet darkrooms that reeked of hypo, potassium ferricyanide, selenium and a myriad of other chemical potions. In all honesty, none of these works were shot on film or printed in a wet darkroom, but nonetheless they pay homage to a time when the photographer's craft was concerned with knowledge of the reaction of light on a sensitised surface and the operation of equipment and chemistry then in play long before the ubiquitous 'algorithms' entered our vernacular.