Kristy Headley (b. Ohio, 1984) is an alternative process photographer who illustrates liminal moments, stuckness, and the ecosystems of relationships. She crafts dreamlike imagery using historic and experimental photographic techniques which involve hand application or manipulation of light-sensitive emulsions, including mordançage (bleach-etch), salt prints, cyanotype, and wet plate collodion.

Her professional background is in archival imaging, working on notable digitization projects at Google and Internet Archive, and specializing in books, large-format works, and 3-dimensional objects. She lives and works in the San Francisco bay area.


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