Keith Hackleman - Photographer, Model Railroader,
and Amateur Geologist
Bachaelor of Science, Southern Illinois University, 1961-64
Master of Fine Art, Ohio University, 1964-66
Problem Solving and Marketing Programs, Marketing Education Center, Eastman Kodak Co.,
Independent study, Solid State Electronics
Independent study, Geology and Petrology
Photographer, 1958 to present
Eastman Kodak Company, Marketing Education Specialist, 1967-1984
Eastman Kodak Company, Eastern Marketing Region, 1984-88
Eastman Kodak Company, Financial Budget Analyst, 1988-2002
Highlights of My Career & Interests
Earl Seigfred Collection of Early American Hand-blown Glass
Joint photography project with a friend and fellow photographer, Larry Gregory, to document the largest known private collections of American glass for publication & exhibition.
Exhibition of the Seigfred Glass Collection
We completed the photography, processing and printing of the entire collection in about 1 year. The challenge was photographing the light and dark glass together, bringing out the color of some almost opaque pieces, and showing the pattern or cut-work. This exhibit included 65 prints, which subsequently toured several glass museums and the George Eastmen House. Today the prints are in the Corning Glass archive.
Antiques Magazine published B&W Illustrations of the Earl Seigfred Collection
Original photography was all color, but I photographed an additional 12 illustrations in B&W specifically for publication.
Photo-Posterization, Kodak Publication E-93
While instructing at Kodak's Training Center, I developed a method of Posterization, using tonal separation techniques to render areas of a image that could be assigned false color to stimulate the creative juices. I wrote the text and illustrated the procedure for publication.