My interest in alternative photography processes has led me to one of the earliest developments, dating from the 1850s: Collodion Wet Plate. I have always admired the irregularities and imperfections of it, because working with the wet collodion is highly conducive to error. But, like Sally Mann, an esteemed collodion photographer, and my inspiration, I try to make myself available to the Angel of Uncertainty, the angel responsible for those flaws that erupt and conveniently contribute to an interesting picture. As a result I consider my adventure with Collodion Wet Plate to be a cooperative activity, a collaboration. After producing a negative on a glass plate, I then make a Gelatin-Silver print in the darkroom.