Holden Richards — One Eno
My ongoing project of photographing the Eno River that flows through Orange, and Durham counties has been active for more than a decade. I have made photographs here in all seasons, at all times of day, in most locations along the river. The river has offered an ever-changing, constantly evolving location for the making of photographs. It’s a portrait of a subject that won’t sit still. An attempt to photograph an evolving, living entity that has played a huge role in the history and development of the areas around it. It’s also a place where I find exceptional solace and meaning.
Lately I am using only large-format cameras, mostly older than 100 years old, and contact printing the results in the traditional wet darkroom.
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About Holden Richards
Holden Richards is a traditional large format film photographer and native North Carolinian currently residing in Hillsborough. Inspired by primarily by walking the creeks and rivers of Orange, and Durham Counties, these locations and subjects predominate his photographic work. He has studied view camera (with Jim Stone) and alternative printing (Jill Enfield) at Penland School of Crafts. He is a current Getty Images Contributor who has had his work featured print, including the Oxford American magazine as well as appearing in corporate advertising campaigns through Getty. His work has been recognized and included in shows juried by curators from SECCA and the Mint Museum of Art among others.
Lately Holden is using mostly large format cameras, mostly older than 100 years old, and contact printing the results in the traditional wet darkroom on select European papers as well as making Kallitypes and other alternative prints.