Author Archives: Craig Farnum

About Craig Farnum

Craig's career in the photographic arts began with his Kodak Instamatic at the tender age of 6, taking pictures of bugs, squirrels and the family dog. He continued with hand-me-down cameras from his father until in high-school, he was able to save up and buy his own. After wandering the employment deserts for a while, Craig settled into his first photo-lab job, processing film and printing, at a little lab in Las Vegas, Nevada. Plenty of pictures of golf tournaments, weddings and showgirls later, Mr. Farnum headed east to Denver and into a much larger lab. First printing and then later learning mounting and laminating. Craig has been providing finishing services for 23 years and as an integral part of the Reed team since 1995.

Sticking Your Art Where It Doesn’t Belong; The Big Picture Project

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The Month of Photography is upon us! One of the events in Denver, Colorado for 2013 is The Big Picture street art project. Led by local photo impresario Mark Sink and co-hosted by Art-Plant and Artwork Network, The Big Picture plans to paper the outside walls of buildings around Denver with large format prints of […]

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