Charlie Schreiner received a Master of Fine Arts Degree from the Rhode Island School of Design. Since 1972, he has designed office furniture for Herman Miller, Knoll, Haworth, and others in the contract furniture industry. Photography has always been an important tool in his business and he also uses photography as an artistic medium. His daguerreotypes have been exhibited at the George Eastman House in Rochester, NY; Ohio State University; Tri-Cities Museum in Grand Haven, MI; New England School of Photography in Boston; Oakland Museum in California; and The Atlanta History Center.
Available from Charlie is a reprint compilation of selected articles from past Daguerreian Society Annuals. Of interest to contemporary daguerreotypists, the bound edition includes articles on mercury development, Becquerel development, plate polishing, a resource guide, a bibliography, and information on how to get started. Price is $7.00 (US funds.)