AgX’s Story

AgX Imaging is a photographic services business with our sole goal focused on the production of the finest photographic images possible utilizing present day technology. It is a simple statement that requires non-stop attention to all details. Sometimes it is a search for the newest technological advancements and other times it is the realization that the tried and true techniques of the past are still the best.

The name, AgX, symbolizes our scientific approach to consistently producing the finest quality images possible. “Ag” is the chemical symbol for silver and “X” refers to a halide or salt such as bromide or chloride. Combined, silver bromide and silver chloride are both light sensitive compounds used in chemical based imaging systems more commonly referred to as traditional photographic film and paper.

Though we are continuously adapting and incorporating new digital imaging solutions into our business will still remain committed to processing all E-6 films utilizing our state-of-the-art Refrema “Daylight” film processor. In addition we provide film to digital conversion of existing film images with the use of film Hasselblad Drum Scanners.

We have been in business since the summer of 1997. We started with six customers and have grown the business to now service more than seven hundred in North America. We also service European customers while they photograph here in North America. As the photographic industry continues to change we have continued to service and support industries that either still use film or have a need to convert large image libraries such as museums and historical societies to digital files.

Photographic Industry Experience

AgX Imaging
Sault Ste. Marie, Michigan
Owner/Operator, 1997 – Present

Eastman Kodak Company
Salt Lake Winter Olympic Games
Quality Control Specialist, February 2002
Eastman Kodak Company
Sydney Summer Olympic Games
Quality Control Specialist, September 2000
Eastman Kodak Company
Kuala Lumpur Commonwealth Games
Quality Control Specialist, September 1998
Armstrong Professional Photo Lab
Santa Barbara, California
Quality Control Manager, 1994 – 1997
Eastman Kodak Company
Atlanta Summer Olympic Games
Quality Control Specialist, August 1996
Eastman Kodak Company
Rochester, New York
Film Processing Specialist, 1993 – 1994
A & I Color Lab
Hollywood, California
Quality Control, Research and Development,
1990 – 1993
Brooks Institute of Photography
Santa Barbara, California
Teaching Assistant, 1988 – 1990