Kayla is an image-maker with an emphasis in historic photographic processes, primarily gum bichromate. She has her Bachelor of Science in Civil Engineering and her Bachelor of Arts in Photography. For the last three years, she was on the faculty at Montana State University, teaching a variety of photographic subjects, including the analog black and white darkroom and advanced lighting.
Kayla’s work has been shown in a variety of galleries across the United States and appears in various publications, including: Gum Printing and Other Amazing Contact Printing Processes, Gum Printing: A Step by Step Manual Highlighting Artists and their Creative Practice, and Handcrafted, the Art and Practice of the Handmade Print. (Chinese language only).
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