Ethan Moses is a maker, designer and fabricator specializing in some of the oldest forms of chemical photography. He utilizes state-of-the-art digital fabrication techniques like 3D printing and laser cutting to create cameras based on old designs and expired patents. He is a regular contributor to online magazines and blogs about chemical photography like Emulsive, Film Shooters Collective and 35 millimeter collective. He teaches chemical photography techniques online and at makerspaces. Ethan is also a member of the board of directors of Quelab, a makerspace in Albuquerque. His company, Cameradactyl, makes 3D printed film cameras and accessories for the general public.