Print: Andrew Kaufman’s Baselgeddon Novela

A new novela from Miami based Andrew Kaufman. Kaufman has produced two traditionally published books as well as a range of other independent publications including a series of editioned Blurb books. These books look and feel like the content of … Read More

Just Listen: Structure, Cockatoo Island

Looks can be deceiving. They always are. A jingle of sound and metal and history and space. I’m here right now, right this second. I might be the ONLY one hearing what’s here. It’s nice to be an insider on … Read More

Just Listen: Trinh, Cockatoo Island

Garry is a legend. Understated. Quiet. Funny. He’s a real witness. Not like the rest of us. He watches and I mean really watches. He has to because when you see his work you realize he’s seeing a different reality. … Read More

Just Listen: Cicada, Blue Mountains

I’ve been finding these since I was a child. I do the same thing every time. Put it on my hand and look at it. Just a shell. Go to the Korean spa and get a scrub. Same thing will … Read More

PRINT: Unbinding the Book

A few months back we were able to partner with Jotta, a London-based creative studio, to create and deliver an exhibition titled “Unbinding the Book.” The goal was to redefine the experience of a book, and to redesign the idea … Read More

Just Listen: Couple, Blue Mountains

The falloff is grand. The scale translated by the whiteness of wing all those K’s down. There isn’t anyone out there people. It’s the way it’s supposed to be. Just drink it in and seal it in and remember what … Read More

Just Listen: Shadows, Cockatoo Island

Get in a line. Do it for me now. Please. Out of film but soon a small pile of metal, plastic and paper liters the ground. Don’t worry, I picked it up. Just about form here. An exercise for my … Read More

The Leica File: Seventeen

I met Phillip Vigil a few years ago during an art opening in Santa Fe. He is a self-taught, fourth-generation artist residing in New Mexico. He always had a love of art since he realized at a young age that … Read More

Just Listen: Opera House, Sydney

The Opera House is what people think of when they think of Sydney. It’s easy. I happened to attend an event inside the Opera House, and I can say it’s worth the effort. Sydney is beautiful, and bathed in that … Read More

Just Listen: Chloe, Cockatoo Island

This girl smolders. Like the soot on the walls of this place. You’ll see. The future is her roadmap but she’s driving now. Already out there making things, and with a foundation I found commendable and honest. (Yes, there’s an … Read More

Just Listen: Fountain, Sydney

This is an image I told myself not to take. And here we are. It happens. The camera is unfolded. I’m itching to make something, and the way I see it this building and fountain got in the way. Oh … Read More

Just Listen: Harbor, Sydney

There is something about a good harbor that gets my juices flowing. Cruise ships get my juices flowing but in a different way. They are strange beasts filled with strange people heading to strange lands to that they can eat … Read More

Just Listen: Carving, Blue Mountains

You have to really want to do this. No short timers here. This is in our DNA, storytelling via stone. Been there from the beginning. Today the reasons might be under suspicion but the story is the same. Look, remember, … Read More

READ: Letters to Mom

Madre, Dad’s outfits were really bad. This should have been an indicator to all of us that he wasn’t well, but let’s face it, fashion knowledge, or sense, were not part of his skill set. I will forgive the 1970’s. … Read More

Just Listen: Zombie, Bondi

My first real portrait with the SX-70. She is nice, like everyone here. Halloween, but it doesn’t feel like it to me. I’ve got to work, and besides, I’m not at home. Far from it. The other side of the … Read More

Just Listen: Wake, Sydney

Ferry wake from up high. Like an abstract art piece. Fumbling with the viewfinder I barely manage to get this one off. No matter. There will be another ferry. How nice it must be to make one’s way to work … Read More

Just Listen: Lanterns, Sydney

A Chinese celebration I miss by a day, but the decoration is still there. And behind it, the needle, tower or whatever they call it downtown. “It’s worth a look,” they say. I stay nearby but never manage to make … Read More

Just Listen: Chimayo´Raking

This place is different. Impossible to ignore when you walk these grounds. Under the eyeballs of history, back then and right now. Not much difference actually. How can it be? Well, you have to know the history. So start here … Read More