Wasted Films is a project experimental analogue photographer Kay Adams.
Kay is currently working as a Psychologist, creating photos both as a part of his job and as a compensation.
Ever since he was 16, Kay tried to get his hands on everything related to photography. He started digital, but switched almost completely to analog photography and works with all sizes, ages and types of cameras. He develops and prints by hand as well. His passion besides classical photos is to create something off the beaten tracks.
Waste of Film Blog Feature
Film Shooters Collective March 2017 Polaroid Roundup
Film Shooters Collective September 2017 Polaroid Roundup
The Phoblographer Colorgrams: Combining Psychology and Analog Photography Accidents
EMULSIVE This is why I shoot film
EMULSIVE A Call for Imperfection
PRYME Editions Article about the Global Warming Series
Square Magazine Number 802 Wasted Shots
PRYME Editions Group Exhibition About Self
Reine Fotografie Wechselausstellung
SCHWARZWEISS Magazin 117: Analoge Szene - Zwei Fotografen, ein Film
PhotoKlassik III.2017: Wasted Films
Solo Exhibition "Wasted Films" at 76m2 Gallery in Pontypool Wales, running between and 02.27.2018 - 03.21.2018.
The show was organized by the *kickplate* project supported by the Arts Council of Wales, Torfaen Council's Arts Development and Pontypool Community Council.