Kevin Q. Gray is a fine art photographer living in upstate New York. His work spans digital, film, and alternative photographic processes such as wet plate photography, cyanotypes, and emulsion lifts. He received a BFA in Photography and Painting from Hartwick College in Oneonta, NY, and an MFA in Visual Arts from the Art Institute of Boston at Lesley University. Kevin lives in Cherry Valley with his wife, daughter, two cats and dogs, and a few sheep. He is Manager of Arts Education at Fenimore Art Museum in Cooperstown, NY and adjunct professor in the Art Department at Hartwick College.
Kevin is available for cosplay digital photo sessions, on location. Rates are $100/hr which includes at least ten edited, high resolution images. 30 minute and 1+ hr sessions also available. Travel costs may apply. $20 per extra person in shoot.
Kevin also travels to various anime conventions in the mid-Atlantic region and provides shooting sessions. Follow @kevinqgray on Instagram for the latest.
Wet Plate Tintype Portraits
Wet plate tintype is a mid-19th century process of printing photographs on metal. Kevin creates authentic tintypes using an antique camera and traditional chemicals and can travel with a portable darkroom. Tintypes are a wonderful look for historic outfits, steampunk, or simply unique portraits. Each plate takes approx. 15 minutes to produce on-site.
Tintypes are $35 per 4x5" plate and $85 per 8x10" plate. Can be combined with a digital photo shoot. Outdoor only, weather permitting.
Kevin is available for senior portraits, landscape or real estate photography, and other projects. Contact for queries.