Larson Harley

Education: Tyler School of Art, B.F.A., Photography

Larson is a Brooklyn-based documentary photographer, teacher, and adventurer. He is the Photo Lab and Facilities Manager for the darkrooms, digital labs, and class facilities at the International Center of Photography, and teaches in-studio and on-location photography classes for children and adults in New York. In his own work, he practices wet plate collodion photography using an 1850s photo chemical process that makes one-of-a-kind images on tin plate or glass. Larson has led workshops for the Canon Photography in the Parks program, teaching photography and video across the continental U.S. He has also led National Geographic programs in San Francisco, Croatia, Italy, Greece, Colorado, Switzerland, France, Australia, China, Bali, New Zealand, the Canadian Arctic, and Iceland.