Alternative Process Photography

In addition to using pinhole cameras, I've been drawn to other "alternative" photographic approaches, such as working with toy cameras like the Holga or the Diana. From some of these negatives I have made enlarged, digital transparencies so I could print them using layers of gum bichromate over cyanotype. I have used cyanotype on fabric for some 3-D projects. Other techniques I've worked with include Van Dyke brown, Polaroid lifts, anthotypes, and lumen prints. A few samples are below.
Gum bichromate over cyanotype print of a Waffle House in Elkton, Maryland, 2009.
Van Dyke brown print of my daughter and her dog, using a digitally enlarged negative from a 4 x 5 Polaroid original. 
Pillow sewn from cyanotype on silk, contact printed with Holga negatives of sex shops along the Rue St. Denis, Paris.
Cyanotype on silk, sewn into a small handbag.  The print is collages press clippings about my work, inspired by fabric by Elsa Schiaparelli.
Archival inkjet print on silk, sewn into a camisol.
Pleasure, Brighton, 2009, a gum bichromate over cyanotype print of a carousel from a toy camera negative.