Read: Patagonian Road

My singular question about this book is the title. I’m not entirely sure why the title is what it is because the author travels solo from Guatemala to Argentina with the ghost of Paul Theroux as her only guide, so … Read More

Latin America Trade 5×8

I posted about the 8×10 version of this book here, but I didn’t show the original book which led me to the “massive” mini trade books in the first place. So here it is! I THINK this baby was lifted … 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: Latin America Trade

Have you ever done a 440-page book? Probably not, and it’s not that I’m even suggesting it. Frankly, I’ve got NOTHING in terms of work that would warrant a book of this size…and yet here it sits. I did this … Read More

PRINT: Silver Prints from the Americas

My return to the darkroom has been profound. There is no other way to describe it. The dark cuts through the bullshit of photography, the mind games one plays, and reduces your entire photographic life down to a few, measly … Read More

Dispatches: Ted Gogoll

I met Ted Gogoll in 1995 during my first longish trip to Latin America. Ted was living with the family next door. Recently he was paging back through his journals and came across his notes from the day we met. … 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