Jill Enfield

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Jill Enfield
Born (1954-08-08) August 8, 1954 (age 60)
New York City, New York, USA
Nationality American
Education New York University
Known for Photography
Spouse(s) Richard Rabinowitz (1978 - present)
Awards Golden Light Award for Best Technical Book (Maine Photographic Workshops), 25 Best Websites (Photo District News Magazine),

Jill Enfield (born August 8, 1954 in Miami Beach, Florida)[1] is a photographer and hand coloring artist best known for her work in alternative photographic processes such as Cyanotype and Collodion process. She has taught at The New School (Parsons Division),[2] ICP, and New York University.

Her book Photo-Imaging: A Complete Visual Guide to Alternative Techniques and Processes won the Golden Light Award from the Maine Photographic Workshops for best technical book.

Enfield's recent work has been on the wet plate collodion process, which was used by Mathew Brady during the Civil War. This work was featured in tandem with the annual Black Tie Gala for the charity organization Upwardly Global, at a 2009 exhibition on Ellis Island, New York.

Works[edit]

  • Enfield, Jill (2002). Photo-imaging: a complete guide to alternative processes. New York: Amphoto Books. ISBN 0817453997. 

References[edit]

  1. ^ Schaefer, Robert A., Jr. "Interview with Jill Enfield". Alternative Photography. Retrieved September 15, 2013. 
  2. ^ "New Views". American Photo 9 (1): 49. January–February 1998. ISSN 1046-8986. Retrieved September 15, 2013. 

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