Quinn Jacobson is an artist, photographer & educator.
He moved to Denver, Colorado in June 2011. From 2006 to 2011, he lived and worked in Europe. He traveled and taught historic photographic processes throughout Eastern and Western Europe. The revival of the Wet Plate Collodion process in Europe is a direct result of Quinn’s efforts teaching, exhibiting and evangelizing historic photographic processes.
His most recent body of work, “Glass Memories“, was exhibited at Centre Iris Gallery for Photography from March to June 2010 in Paris, France. His work has been exhibited throughout America and Europe. His work is in many collections including The Dresden Stadt Museum, The Getty, Centre Iris Gallery and many private collections. The Centre Iris Gallery for Photography in Paris, France represents Quinn.
He’s published three books on historic photographic processes and his personal photographic work. He has a Bachelors of Integrated Studies (B.I.S.) degree from Weber State University (Ogden, Utah) in Photography, Communication, and Visual Art and a Master of Fine Arts (M.F.A.) degree from Goddard College (Plainfield, Vermont) in 19th Century Photography. He’s recognized as one of the few masters in the historic photographic processes.
Watch a 7 minute video of Quinn Jacobson and the Atelieretaguardia Studio in Barcelona, Spain making 16″x20″ or 40x50cm Wet Plate Collodion Ambrotype portraits. http://www.youtube.com/