Janet Neuhauser lives and works in Seattle, Washington. She teaches at the Photographic Center NW and Bainbridge High School and maintains a studio in the SoDo district. She is the founder of the Pinhole Project, a long exposure community based pinhole photography project. The purpose of this project is to give digital photographers a way to experience pinhole photography exposed onto BW silver gelatin paper in homemade metal cameras. Go to www.janetneuhauser.com to view her portfolios and blog and get more information about the Pinhole Project. The Pinhole Project now in it's second year has over 1000 images in the Archive. Janet is currently at work on a portfolio of urban night landscapes taken in the South Park and Georgetown neighborhoods of Seattle called Nighttime. She is also working on exposing 4 x 5 color negative film in a pinhole camera all night long.