Dispatches: Courtney White

I found Courtney White through his books about carbon, conservation, ranching and the New West. He asked how I found these books but I had no answer. They seemingly just appeared in my vehicle where they have resided ever since. … Read More

Dispatches: Steve Reisch

Creating a Dispatch with photographer Steve Reisch was a somewhat last minute score.(I just realized something is wrong with my mic….but Steve sounds fine.I’ve had several XLR cables go bad recently.) Steve had an opening at the Center for Contemporary … Read More

Creative: Dispatch Trailer Idea

Hey Kids, Okay, let me know what you think of this little trailer. Some of you know Frank Jackson. Some of you know my Dispatches series. For those of you who you know that my interviews are long form, something … Read More

Dispatches: Charlene Winfred

Sometimes the stars align and people cross unlikely paths. This past week in Santa Fe was evidence of this alignment. Charlene Winfred, photographer/writer/filmmaker and perpetual traveler was in rapidly cooling off New Mexico. And so was I. I pounced. “Hey, … Read More

Dispatches: Paul Gero

Okay you photogs out there, this one if for you. Now, some of what Paul Gero and I talk about is going to make sense to only a handful of people going back twenty years. Other things will make sense … Read More

Dispatches: Steve Nalepa

I met Steve Nalepa back in the early 1990’s. I was prowling the streets of Los Angeles as a Kodak rep and Steve was publishing art books. I can honestly say I was lucky to have met him. A Yale … Read More

Dispatches: Sara Terry

Sara Terry is a writer, photographer, filmmaker and founder of The Aftermath Project. In short she makes the rest of us look lazy. It’s true. I met Sara in Los Angeles. She showed me images of Sicily and I fell … Read More

Dispatches: Marc Silber

Marc Silber is a busy, busy man. He’s got his own production company, does a ton of motion, knows everything digital but still has the heartbeat of an M2 and TRI-X. I met Marc years ago when he interviewed me. … Read More

Dispatches: Phillip Vigil

As far as I know artist Phillip Vigil has never done a Blurb book, but he’s still here on Dispatches. I’m hoping to trick him into doing a book together, and once you see his work you will understand why. … Read More

Dispatches: Gabe Eggerling

I knew Gabe Eggerling as a baby. I made my first photographs of Gabe when he was just two. He’s all grown up now at a whopping eleven, but he isn’t your “normal” eleven-year-old. He acts, has his own non-profit … Read More

Dispatches: Edouard Duval-Carrie´

I surrendered before it even began. “I can’t speak to you about art,” I said to Edouard Duval-Carrie´as he stood in the doorway of his studio in Miami’s Little Haiti district. Kaufman and I had ambushed Edouard the day before, … Read More

Dispatches: Flemming Bo Jensen

Flemming Bo Jensen is a nomad, an official Fuji X- Photographer, and primarily shoots pictures of music – the musicians, the festivals and other events.He was the former Head of IT in a Danish Government agency, but unable to shed … Read More

Dispatches: Claire Rosen

Claire Rosen is an award winning artist who uses universal themes of dreams, fairy tales and mythology to visually symbolize the many facets of the human condition.Earlier this year I traveled to the distance shores of New Jersey to witness … Read More

Dispatches: Michael Napper

Michael Napper is a San Jose based artist who writes, paints, photographs, makes books and fills in the gaps by creating and sending a wonderful variety of correspondence pieces. I’ve known Michael for almost twenty years, and I have to … Read More

Dispatches: James Cuddy and Roma Levin

James Cuddy and Roma Levin merge to form Six:Thirty, a London based digital creative practice founded in 2013. This was one of the first interviews I ever attempted, and it’s worth listening to for the garbage truck that showed up … Read More

Dispatches: Frank Jackson

Frank Jackson is a Los Angeles based photographer known for his narrative stories and whimsical imagery. Frank works primarily in black and white and spends much of his time on the road exploring things that require time, patience and a … Read More

Dispatches: Vince Koloski

Vince Koloski is a visual artist who creates installation pieces, such as his well-known Illuminated Books, that involve the use of neon lights and other light sources. Vince is also one of the coolest guys around. Just ran into him … Read More

Dispatches: Mattias Hubner

Mattias Hubner is a London-based designer of books, identities and websites. He has worked as both editor and designer on over thirty books in the past eight years.