Christine Eadie is one of the few photographic artists in the world who make tintypes for portrait clients. Using vintage wooden cameras and lenses, she creates tintypes using the wet-plate collodion process, the same way they were made in the 1850 -70s! Her studio/darkroom is in her home in the greater metro area of Charleston, South Carolina but she often travels to civil war reenactments throughout the south eastern United States.
Originally from Sydney, Australia, Christine lived in Greece for many years before becoming a US citizen. She has been making photographs and drawing/painting since she was 11 years old and continues to exhibit her artwork at various gallery exhibitions. CV (resume)