Jeffrey Krsul is a Pittsburgh artist whose work is centered around 19th and early 20th century photographic processes. These processes include: Cyanotype, Salt Print, Platinum/Paladium, and Tintypes. Jeffrey’s work is all analog and relies on “Toy”, Large Format, Pinhole, and homemade cameras. Jeffrey teaches at Carnegie Mellon University, Silver Eye Center for Photography, Pittsburgh Filmmakers, and ASSEMBLE. His work has been exhibited at The Frame Gallery, Wildcard, and The Shop in East Liberty.


Check out his work!