Dispatches: Joe Buissink

Joe Buissink is a photographer. But let’s go back to 1999. I’m in Santa Fe doing a workshop and a fellow student looks at my work and says “You know, you could be shooting weddings full time.” My first thought … Read More

Dispatches: Douglas Kirkland

I’ve spent the bulk of my adult life in photography. Granted the last five years have been fringe, but prior to that I was stuck right smack dab in the middle of it. Over my life I’ve encountered a range … 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

Dispatches: Ron Haviv

I wanted to give this interview a proper place amid my other interviews. As you know we are working with Ron on a project titled “The Lost Rolls” which is getting ready to launch. Book, magazine, website and exhibitions in … Read More

Read: My Lost Rolls

Yep, that’s me. Mid 1990’s. Flannel shirt, long hair, Canon EOS1v, wire rimmed glasses. A walking billboard to the grunge movement. Pearl Jam was my favorite band. But why am I showing you this? We recently embarked on a collaborative … Read More

Print: New Shifter Promo 50-Pages

This is a remake of the original Shifter promotional piece. The original was 24-pages and was headed in the right direction but didn’t go quite far enough. I’m not sure this one does either, but at least I’m beginning to … Read More

Dispatches: David Burnett

I’m trying to figure how to explain David Burnett because he doesn’t really fit anywhere, and that my friends, is a compliment. Let me start here. Iranian Revolution. Vietnam. Bob Marley, The Olympics. Politics. Oh, and when everyone went digital … 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

Dispatches: Joey Skibel

Ever thought about walking across Africa? How about a portion of Africa? Joey Skibel did. And, he’s also walked across Newport Beach, so if you needed to know anything about his bravery this little Newport fact should serve you well. … Read More

Read: Fuji x100T First Frames

Film is dead. Just kidding. First heard this in a parking lot in Los Angeles in 1997. It wasn’t true then, and it certainly isn’t true now, but this was the idea when the technology took over the professional industry. … Read More

Dispatches: Chris Rauschenberg

One of the things I most appreciate about certain artists is their love of their field even after doing more than any one person should be allowed to do. Let me hit you with a few stats about Mr. Rauschenberg … Read More

Dispatches: Jeff Johnson

Jeff Johnson is a writer, photographer, climber, surfer and filmmaker who is also a brand agent for Patagonia. In short, he’s created a very interesting life. Jeff is one of those guys who does more than should be allowed, and … Read More

Dispatches: Art Brewer

There are certain people who dedicate their life to focusing their camera on ONE thing. Art Brewer isn’t one of those people, but he’s damn close. The problem is he is too good for ONE thing, and when word gets … Read More

Read: Picture Perfect Zeng Han

I guess this post could be titled “Watch,” but I don’t have a “Watch” category so “Read” it is. This film is branded with “Vice,” who is an interesting group. When I see a piece on Vice, a news piece, … 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

Believe: Sara Terry

I met Sara Terry in Los Angeles in 2000. Writer, photographer, filmmaker, but not necessarily in that order. She is also the founder of The Aftermath Project, a grant-based platform that not only reminds us that war is only half … 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

Dispatches: Damon Webster

Nobody loves photography more than Damon Webster. Not that I’m attempting to reveal his age, but he’s got a knowledge and archive of photography that goes back roughly thirty years. (Okay, forty. Sorry Damon) Damon runs Photoinduced a website he … Read More