Jim Kitchen has spent a lot of time in darkrooms and it shows in his work. His portfolio evokes images of long ago. For one thing, he shoots black & white exclusively. And for another, he uses a carbon ink printing process and a digital silver emulsion process to capture the look he’s now become famous for. Recognized as one of Canada’s great black & white film image makers, Jim donates a large chunk of his work to charitable organizations where photos are auctioned off to support Alberta’s Children’s Hospital, The Art Gallery of Calgary and several Woman’s Cancer Charities, among others.
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