Dan Hawkins (b. 1974, San Jose, CA) is a Seattle based photographer who uses a wide variety of obsolete and 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 and/or other materials from the site in order to disturb the refined development process his work allows the location to further influence the photograph. He is currently working on a body of photographs related to the Duwamish River.
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