As a photographer, Amanda Thomas works exclusively with black and white film. All images pictured are gelatin silver prints, created in a traditional darkroom. She uses a variety of older cameras, including several toy cameras from the late 1950's and early 1960's, and has recently been experimenting with decades-expired film and paper.
Latent: A Photographic Exploration of Tulelake
"Latent" is a photographic collaboration with Angelea Heartsong-Redding. It examines the varied history of the geographic area surrounding the Tulelake Segregation Center where Japanese Americans were incarcerated during World War II. An abbreviated version of the project with text is was published in Issue 10 of Cordella magazine, and can be found here:
"Latent" installed at Siskiyou Arts Museum in Dunsmuir, CA: