Native New Yorker and veteran photographer Justin Borucki has been photographing music since 1994, and his work has appeared on dozens of album covers and in countless books and magazines.
He has recently revisited his roots in fine art portraiture and street photography through the wet plate collodion process. Wet plate is a completely handmade process with origins dating back to the 1850s. Metal or glass plate negatives are sensitized, exposed, and developed all on-site using a custom built portable darkroom rig.
Justin lives with his family and gang of rescued barn animals on a small farm in South Jersey.