Craig Tuffin is an artist and educator living in Australia. His photographic portfolio is comprised of, what some would call, the more antiquarian photographic methods. He is best known for his work using the historic process of wet plate collodion but uses a variety of historic methods that 'best fits' the nature of each image.
Craig's work has been acquired by the National Gallery of Australia and can be seen in many public and private collections around the world.
'My work, like my life, is borne of a combination of meticulous arrangement and serendipitous artefacts.'