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Dana Warp Mill, 90 Bridge Street, Suite 265
Westbrook, Maine

(207) 591-6675

The Bakery Photo Collective is a not-for-profit, self-service darkroom facilty in Westbrook, Maine.



If you are a photographer, we'd love for you to participate in our upcoming 2015 Photo a Go-Go silent auction of fine art photography.

Friday, December 11, 2015, 6–9 PM

You can take part by donating one ready-to-hang photograph and in return, receive a credit of 20 hours use of our facility within the next year, a value of $200. To register, fill out the online form and upload a jpeg of the piece you are donating. Please respond as soon as possible so we can include your name in all our promotions.

Drop-Off Times

Artwork can be dropped off at our space:

Bakery Photographic Collective

Dana Warp Mill

90 Bridge Street, #265, Westbrook.

Open Monday 6pm-10pm, Saturday 10-2 pm, and Sunday 10-6pm, or by appointment.





The Bakery Photo Collective is a 4,000 square ft. artist-run space that serves the fine art and commercial photographic community of southern Maine. Located in the historic Dana Warp Mill in Westbrook, the Bakery offers affordable access to state-of-the-art facilities and a large collection of digital and analog equipment. We also host public lectures, exhibitions, workshops, and artist residencies.





Tonee Harbert is a photographer living in Portland, Maine. His frequent subjects have been Maine people and the Maine landscape. His work traverses the documentary, editorial, and fine art photography realms.

Harbert has received grants from the Maine Arts Commission, and the Maine Community Foundation. His work has appeared in the following books: Elmer Walker: Hermit to Hero, Maine: A Peopled Landscape, New Music Across America, and Homeless in America. His photographs have been exhibited at the Corcoran Gallery of Art, Portland Museum of Art, Danforth Museum of Art, University of Miami (FL), the Institute of Contemporary art at Maine College of Art, and the Center for Maine Contemporary Art. In 2013 he won an Emmy award. His photographs have also been included in two motion pictures: Home Less Home (independent), and Message in a Bottle (Warner Brothers). Harbert received a degree in Visual Communication from Ohio University in 1986.