Just finished an intensive two-day workshop on wet-collodion photography,taught by photographer Lisa Elmaleh, at the Center for Alternative Photography. This experience has definitely changed the way I think about writing on photography. I’ll devote more writing to this later, but for now here is a self-portrait ambrotype entitled “Chana Leah Schpinna, Russian-Jewish Immigrant:”
The Electric Lady
Cheryl Spinner is a doctoral candidate in the English Department at Duke University and received her Master's in English from Georgetown University ('10). Her interests include visual culture, early photography, 19th-century and early 20th-century American literature, and the digital humanities. Electric Ladies Zap is her research blog.
- I just submitted "Two Ladies in a Cemetery " to @LAJFF via FilmFreeway.com! 8 months ago
- My first go at #16mm motion picture #film. Watch “Haiku Project Screening, Cheryl Spinner” on #Vimeo vimeo.com/192567953?ref=… 8 months ago
- @jeffburkhart i've been listening to Dolly on repeat lately actually. love it! 11 months ago
- RT @SquawkBack: Do people living in a building without a thirteenth floor realize that the fourteenth floor Is the thirteenth floor, regard… 1 year ago
- @SquawkBack A Dwarf possessing all of the qualities of the other Seven Dwarves, but also murder. 1 year ago