Read: The Info Mesa

I normally run about ten years behind, so reading this book solidified this reality. Turns out the place I call home, at least part-time, is a tech uber-hub. Data, tech, science, running at fever pitch levels on the mesa. This … Read More

Print: Arty Gras by Andrew Kaufman

This might as well be Kaufman’s site. There are more posts about his work than mine, which is odd, but he keeps pumping out publications, so what am I supposed to do? You SHOULD recognize the name, but if you … Read More

Read: In the Shadows of the Sun

Enjoyed this. Ranching, American West, WWII, prisoners of war, testing of the atomic bomb, family, landscape, light, nature. Gave me flashbacks to childhood and made me feel at home because I read it while in Santa Fe.

Read: The Lost Rolls NYC Recap Film

For those of you who were there, this is the piece we commissioned as a recording of the New York launch of The Lost Rolls. As you can see, this wasn’t your average event. But first let me say that … Read More

Read: On Sale, The Lost Rolls

After many months of work, The Lost Rolls is now in print form. Both book and magazine to be exact. Why two publications? Let me explain the thought process. This project is atypical. Lost film dating back twenty-five-years is discovered, … Read More

Read: Paris in Winter

I’ve posted these images before but it’s been a long, long while, and I have reason to post them again. I’m going back to Paris, and I’m going back during winter. Roughly ten years ago I traveled to Paris to … Read More

Print: Meat and Candy

Yes, you’ve seen this book before. I actually did a post about it here. I wanted to feature this book here because it’s an important cog in the wheel of unconventional publishing. This book represents something important in my life, … Read More

Read: The Lost Rolls

West Bank, date unknown. Photograph by Ron Haviv. Well, it’s been a long time coming, but I FINALLY get to write this post and tell you what I’ve been working on for the past few months. But before I can … Read More

Read: Data and Goliath

This just happened. Oops. If you read this book I want you to focus on the pickle. It’s a book about big data, surveillance and freedom vs convenience, but I want you thinking like this book is one of those … Read More

Read: First Stop in the New World

I have to admit, my view of Mexico City was similar to author David Lida’s when he made his first trip. “Ah, Mexico City…crime, pollution, kidnappings, etc.” And after reading this book, yes, true to some degree, but perhaps not … Read More

Print: Art Book Collaboration

Okay, this is one of the coolest things I’ve ever done. Edition of one, one-of-a-kind art book. One person works on it, then the next, then the next, etc. It travels the world. Artist, painter, photographer, author, illustrator, etc. “I … Read More

PRINT: NYC Street

This is one of the great ways to use print-on-demand. This person attended a workshop on the 23rd. They finished and ordered their book on the 24th.The book arrived on the 2nd. The video was made the next day. When … Read More

Print: Magic City Two

There is life before meeting Chloe Ferres and a different life after. A box of ingredients goes into the mail, travels across the seas to sunburned Australia, and what comes back is always a visual wonderland. “Magic City Two” is … Read More

Read: Amexica by Ed Vulliamy

I remember my first trip to the border. Had to be around 1984. Nuevo Laredo with my brother. We pointed my old Landcruiser south and drove until the signs forced us to stop. “Little kids are going to try to … Read More

Read: The Last Unicorn, William deBuys

So, here’s the thing. I’m not qualified to review fiction or nonfiction literature of any genre. Photography books are one thing. I can sling critique when it comes to images, but when it comes to the word I am so … Read More

PRINT: Magic City, Edition One

I’m a huge fan of collaboration. A few months ago I was passing through Florida and decided to stay for a few days. Andrew Kaufman and I decided to take two days and attack Miami. Kaufman lives there, has for … Read More

PRINT: Andrew Kaufman, My Ceylon

What you have here is a book based on a journal. First you need to travel to the location you so desire. Then you make your work. Then you make your journal. Then you design your journal book in the … Read More