Cyanotypes land at the intersection of nature, photography, science, art, and history, all things that I love. The cyanotype process, an alternative photographic technique, was created in 1842. I use a photoreactive iron salt solution to capture the silhouettes of foraged natural materials, or an image using a photo negative, in stunning Prussian blue. It’s like magic! (But really it’s science.) I am also a writer and editor and am fortunate to be inspired by the Muskoka landscape every day.