Print: My Brain on the Internet (Not for Sale)

The Internet has ruined my ability to think clearly and efficiently. I am so distracted by the nonsense we have crafted for ourselves with the onslaught of meaningless insanity called “News.” The homepage of CNN rivals anything the amusement parks … Read More

Found: Andrew Kaufman finds Panama

Andrew Kaufman is a Miami based fine-art photographer who also works in the editorial and advertising fields. Kaufman has undertaken assignments and projects in Latin America, Asia, Europe and all across the United States. His current project is based entirely … Read More

Believe: Andrew Kaufman

Andrew Kaufman is a Miami based fine-art photographer who also works in the editorial and advertising fields. Kaufman has undertaken assignments and projects in Latin America, Asia, Europe and all across the United States. His current project is based entirely … Read More

Print: Maroc

Just traveling. An idea where to go, and when and how, but if it all changes it matters not. A Fiat Uno, white, no air, no stereo, just glass and thin metal, buzzing toward ancient cities, the desert, while the … Read More

Just Listen: Van Nuys, California

This entire area is just strange. “Burbank?” “I never eat in Burbank.” An airport hotel. Vast stretches of that specific nothingness of Inner California. Over the hill from the precious people and not far enough out to be nature. Meat … Read More

Read: Why I Deleted my Social Media Accounts

I just deleted several more of my social media accounts, as a birthday present to myself, something I really didn’t think much about, but seeing as yesterday was my birthday the resulting “panic” of me NOT being on Facebook led … Read More

Print: Uruguay Photographs

By my estimation I am roughly 6218 miles from home. We have cameras in hand, gas in the car, a general plan and the belief that things will work out. There is nothing commericial about what we are about to … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco, Bay Waves

This place is so much about the surrounding water. This water is foreboding. This water takes what it wants. San Francisco surprised me at first, coming from years in Southern California. San Francisco isn’t LA, isn’t ANYTHING LA. San Francisco … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco, Singer

These streets are littered with performers. San Francisco is one of those places that breeds creativity but also unpredictability. Music binds us as human beings. Just another case in point.

Just Listen: San Francisco, Metal Gate

Kent and I doing what we do. Wander. Shoot. Record. The city seems endless when you work this way. No story, sometimes drawn by light or moments and other times by echoes, punctuations or announcements. We should be so fortunate … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco, Blue Angels

Fleet Week. Mixed emotions. Some vent their hate while others stand and marvel. What I take from this is the miracle of the machines and the skill of the pilots. I view from high above the city and my mind … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco, Jackhammer

A friend calls “Hey, a friend of a friend is having a party at the top of such and such a building.” I leave a seminar early to make it. These perspectives give you the real idea of what cities … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco, Drain

Water always makes for interesting work, both in stills and audio. There is something about shorelines and harbors that are near and dear to my heart. When traveling I find myself walking endless miles along these intersections of where our … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco Ventilation

Downtown areas are dead zones of crushed ambient, room-tone nothingness. Our brains teach us to block it out, but when you listen for it you just can’t believe how much noise there really is. Downtown San Francisco is no different.

Just Listen: San Francisco Sidewalk

San Francisco is such an interesting city, but a city you walk with your eyes open. I think you can tell a lot about a city by how many foreign tourists are there. When I ask foreigners about the United … Read More

Just Listen: San Francisco Marine

This image needs a little explanation. What tipped me to something going down was the sound of motorcycles, a lot of motorcycles. Turned out to be a police escort, full lockdown. Intersection blocked, my finger hits record and I begin … Read More

Print: On Approach

“On Approach” is my most successful book. Basically, this book is everything I was told never to do in photography school. The wrong paper, the wrong size, wrong number of images, no front matter, no back matter, etc., and yet … Read More