Nicholas Tinkl | Tinkl Gallery
The advent of the digital age ended Nicholas Tinkl's career as a photographic technician and entirely changed his approach to photography. He no longer required a darkroom and quickly adopted computer and digital output to produce his eye-catching work.
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S18735 Brock Road, Sunderland
2017 Uxbridge Studio Tour
The advent of the digital age ended my technician career; I moved to the country and started a family. It also changed my approach to photography. I no longer have a darkroom and have adopted computer and digital output to produce my work.
ABOUT THE ARTIST
Nicholas Tinkl been taking photographs off and on for about 20 years. Nicolas spent a year at Sheridan College in the photo program and left to pursue a living in photography.
He worked in a small photo store in Toronto where he learned about films, developers, read the magazines on the shelf and worked in the darkroom in the basement. Then Nicholas worked as an assistant to several professional photographers, as well as working as a film technician at BGM and The Prolab.
The advent of the digital age ended Nicholas' technician career; He moved to the country and started a family. It also changed his approach to photography. He no longer required a darkroom and quickly adopted computer and digital output to produce his work.
Nicholas' photographic works have been on shown at The Art Firm in Toronto 2000, in group shows at the Magic Door in 2003 and the Law Office Gallery in Sunderland in 2008. In September 2009 he exhibited in the juried exhibition Photo-Op at the John B Aird Gallery in Toronto. In May of 2010 Nicholas, along with his wife Tricia Dunk Tinkl and Holly McClellan mounted an exhibition, Percolate, at Tinkl’s Gallery which was part of Contact.
In 2014 he was in Tinkl x 3 At Charlotte Hale & Associates in Toronto. Nicholas been a guest artist in the Uxbridge Studio Tour since 2011 and his work has been features in NU magazine.
Nicholas has a small business photographing work for local artists.