Not sure what camera he uses, but it does look like tri-x. Not to be a wet blanket, here, but I saw his work when it was displayed at the Griffin Museum, and I was disappointed at the quality of his prints for the most part.
This was a rare case for me of preferring the work online to the prints in person. There were one or two that stood out, but I think his photographs suffered from a lackluster... well, kinda grey, presentation.
Interesting, I saw this work exhibited at Contact in TO last year (I think it was) at Pixto and personally was struck by how good the printing looked along with how strong the images were Each to his/her own as always.