Peter Guerrero has been doing photography since he was 8 when his mom gave him a Kodak Brownie Holiday camera, a gift she received for opening a savings account at the local bank. He’s worked in analog, digital, and alternative processes, but prefers the latter as an antidote to the profusion of digital images today. Using copper plate and photopolymer gravure and platinum-palladium techniques, he strives to create photographs with rich tonality and ephemeral qualities. His recent work focuses primarily on landscapes and still lifes. He lives and works in the Bay Area and Port Townsend, WA.