• Vintage Photography  with 

    Alchemy Tintype

Vintage Photography Pop-Up

Join Heathman Hotel and Alchemy Tintype for three days of vintage photography fun! From Friday, March 29th to Sunday, March 31st local photographer Ashley Jennings will set up her tintype studio from within our grand library, offering a one-of-a-kind photographic experience! Space is extremely limited, and RSVPs are required, so please visit the Alchemy Tintype website for full details.

Please note that a limited number of slots have been set aside for Heathman Hotel guests. Staying with us and want to reserve a spot? Please email [email protected].



Friday, March 29th: 3-8pm

Saturday, March 30th: 12-6pm

Sunday, March 31st: 12-6pm


Tintype is a photographic process invented in the 1860’s which involves the photographer coating an aluminum plate in chemicals, sensitizing that plate to light in a silver bath, and then photographing the subject with that still-wet plate before it dries. Then the photographer processes the image on the spot from their portable darkroom! This is the most special way to have your photograph made, and the experience of observing a historical process is part of the fun. Plus, your tintype will last 200-300 years… a true heirloom for your family.

Heathman Library
Mar 29th