Allan Barnes is an editorial and fine art photographer from Detroit, Michigan. where he was a contributing photographer to the New York Times, Detroit Free Press, Spin, and Metropolis Magazine. He has worked as a photographer and educator for over two decades, occasionally holding jobs with corporate and lifestyle publications. He has also worked as a freelance photojournalist and voice-over artist in Mexico DF, Mexico. He has been working with the Wet Plate Collodion Process since 2006.
He has exhibited locally and nationally and currently teaches photography at Santa Monica High School. Previously he taught photography at the Art Institute of CA and Washtenaw Community College.
Allan Barnes conducts workshops in 19th Century Wet-Plate photography. He also does commissioned tintype and ambrotype portraits.