photography books
Home Bestsellers Historic Photojournalism War Landscape Portraits Family Wildlife Fashion Art Modern Subjects Sitemap  

Darius Kinsey snippet
The work of Darius Kinsey is in the same canon as that of the later railway photographer Winston Link.
Darius Kinsey
Darius Kinsey (18691945) was a photographer active in western Washington State from 1890 to 1940. He is best known for his large-format images of loggers and all phases of the region's lumber industry. He also photographed locomotives and landscapes and (especially early in his career) did studio work.
Kinsey, born in Maryville, Missouri, moved to Snoqualmie, Washington, where he took up photography in 1890.
He worked as an itinerant photographer for several years, until marrying Tabitha Pritts in 1896. The following year, they set up a photo studio in Sedro-Woolley, Washington.