Harry Taylor is a Fine Art and Commercial Photographer based in

North Carolina. Along with contemporary methods, Harry works in

the Wet Plate Collodion process, this involves large format cameras, up

to 16x20 and on site processing in a portable darkroom. This work explores

the American South, time and memory; all while living in it.

     Harry's work has been featured in Haven, Garden and Gun,

Our State, Coastal Living, Slate.com, Juxtapose, NPR radio

pictures blog, Time Lightbox, The Atlantic, The Paris Review,

Oxford American, on the TV show, Sleepy Hollow and The yet to be

released film "Bolden!".

    In 2011, Harry was honored to be invited to the World-Renouned

Sianoja Simposio International  De Artist En Noja, Spain, as the sole

 representative from the United States.

     The Cameron Art Museum recently showed Harry's "Requiem",

a greenhouse constructed of 280 ambrotypes and glass negative's

of Taylor's tableaux vivants of the Civil War in the Cape Fear Region.

      Harry Taylor is available for Commissions, Advertising

and Editorial photography world wide, both in modern and

historic processes.

Freelance since 1987

Bachelors of Fine Arts, Photography, University Of The Arts, Philadelphia, 1992

Associate Degree in Photography, Chowan College, 1987

Many Classes at Penland School of Arts and Crafts

Member ASMP

Harry donates his time and photography to

The Boy Scouts of America

and heartsapart.org.


Contact 910 540-0793



American Tintype, 2012, Matt Morris

By Places and Platypie, 2014

By Harry Taylor 2010

Using Format