I’ve been invoved in classic camera repair, collecting, rehabilitation, and usage for about eleven years now. I’ve been a semi-professional woodworker even longer. After becoming interested in large format photography with the acquisition of a Seneca Competitor 5×7 wood field camera, I began repairing and refinishing these lovely instruments as well, combining my love of photography and woodworking. Due to need, I began constructing traditional three-piece lensboards for the Seneca, and after several inquiries, began to offer them for sale.
You can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org.
[EDIT] Please note, this blog is unaffiliated with Maine-based panoramic landscape photographer, Scott Perry, whose website can be found here.