Black and White
Once considering the darkroom akin to a torture chamber, Jason Joseph had his perception of it, and of hand processing images completely changed while attending the School Of Visual Arts NYC. While at S.V.A. under the tutelage of Beverly Nadelman Jason learned of the Zen like state he could connect to by connecting with his images in a deliberate slow method wrought with intention. Mrs. Nadelman you see, was once the assistant to W. Eugene Smith, a prolific photographer who was known for his Black and White darkroom work. Nadelman took a liking to Jason and he quickly became a rightful 3rd line to the fine work of W. Eugene Smith.
While the darkroom days are behind him (For now...) Jason applies all he learned and the same concentration and intention in the digital darkroom while massaging pixels rather than silver.