Every negative wants to become a print.
Prints are made by using an enlarger on light-sensitive paper, the image is then developed and fixed. No digital technology was used in the process. Analog prints can be stored for up to a hundred years.
I like darkroom printing as a process: choosing the type of paper and format, selecting the correct exposure and contrast, understanding the power of the medium (it's not always possible to get the picture you want).
I enjoy the problems that printing adds when shooting: having to think more about light and dark, about the limits of the frame.
I like that prints are artefacts with a history of their own.
Some prints can be purchased (see the captions for individual images). To purchase, contact me in any convenient way.