Daniel Hawkins is a Seattle-based photographer who uses a wide variety of obsolete and self-invented imaging processes to create his work. The processing of film inside the development chamber is a sensitive and extremely controlled process. By incorporating the waters or other materials from the site in order to disturb the refined development process his work allows the site to further influence the photograph. His work was featured in PCNW’s 2016 exhibition Salt/Water, and featured in a Seattle Times review of that show.
Hawkins, an alumna of PCNW and also faculty here, has also worked with and supported numerous local non-profits, and has a background in leading large teams to achieve goals that they did not think possible.
[Image: Daniel Carillo]