Matt Holtby is a self taught photographer who designs and builds cameras for himself and other artists. He has worked extensively in pinhole photography and enjoys experimenting and combining different photographic processes. Matt lives on Whidbey Island in the Northwest United States with his wife and three daughters.
"I love the simplicity of pinhole cameras. They can be made from anything, which allows for endless design possibilities. I have made a pinhole camera out of a pumpkin with fabulous results. There is also something special about the perspective of pinhole images. They have a way of capturing the spirit and feel of things that can be elusive in lens imagery."