From Jessica Stewart’s interview with Oliver Klink for My Modern Met:
[JS]:Can you tell us a bit about yourself and how you found your way into photography?
[OK]:My name is Oliver Klink. I was born and raised in Switzerland. My combined studies in physics and photography were the catalyst to understanding light and how to record it in an artistic fashion. The fascination for printing came from my dad, who was a printmaker.
I vividly recall the smell of the ink, the paper flying thru Heidelberg presses, and flipping thru books he printed. I started as a large format analog photographer and was in awe of the quality of the images and the prints. I moved to digital in 2001, trying to find the best camera and printing methodology available to match my analog work. In the last three years, I have perfected my printing skills by mixing my own ink—a process called Piezography—and mastering large-scale printing.