I have been working with the polymergravure process since 1999.

Photogravure is a process that I’d wanted to work with back in London in the 1980s, after seeing prints by Stieglitz, Strand and Coburn, but the traditional method involves copper plates, acids and tissues. Today though, I'm able to use the environmentally friendlier photopolymer plates that washout in plain water, are much easier to work with and are quicker to process.

I teach workshops in the process at the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and Highpoint Center for Printmaking.