Creative: Loop, Flemming Bo Jensen

Most of you know FBJ. Jedi, partially deaf former DJ, photographer and man in perpetual motion. From time to time when the warp drive is broken he slows down long enough to print something.(Perhaps based on my shameless hounding of … Read More

Creative: First Blurb Layflat Sample

Fellow Passengers, Blurb now has layflat. You asked for it. Here it is. Now go forth and prosper, or better yet, do a test book and see how this new format fits your visual, tangible world. That’s what I did. … Read More

Creative: just make pictures

Yes I’ve posted about this before, but I’m going to keep posting about it because “just make pictures” is one of my favorite publications. This publication is the child of Michael Jarecki. Let me say this. This publication works because … Read More

Real Time Sydney Book, v1 with Garry Trinh

Self-publishing is all about freedom. Freedom to do what you want, when you want and in the material style you want. You shoot, edit, sequence, design, print and then most importantly you move to the next project. This way as … 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

Print: Eye Occupy by Garry Trinh

Garry Trinh is an artist who uses photography to make his point. I did an interview with Garry you can listen to here. Garry sees things that you and I don’t. It’s that simple. He is the nearly invisible type, … Read More

Print: Ron Haviv’s TESTIMONY

The introduction reads like this…“Testimony, Haviv’s first solo exhibition at Anastasia Photo, spans 23 years and 18 countries, from Bosnia to Haiti to Libya. He has documented 3 genocides and over 30 conflicts worldwide. Through Haviv’s lens, we see come … Read More

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

Print: Manifesto Magazine (Sold Out)

My first magazine. Small run, limited, edited and designed by your host. This publication taught me a lot about what was possible. You have to have the work, but once you make the images the power and control of publishing … Read More

Print: On Approach x5 Release (Sold Out)

“On Approach” is my most successful book to date. Not that I spend ANY time promoting my books, but stay with me. This artifact is a rerelease of the book, five years after it was first produced. What you are … Read More

Print: Australia 72 (Not for Sale)

My first trip to Australia did something to my head. I found a love of spray paint and the openness and color of Western Australia. Combine this with the fact I own a half-frame camera and what you end up … Read More

Print: The CMYK Book (Not for Sale)

This book was suggested by Garry Trinh in Sydney after seeing “The RGB Book.” “You gotta do it Dan,” he said using his Garry powers of mind control. It worked. Done. Designed, purchased, glued and shelved for future pondering thought. … Read More

Print: The RGB Book (Not for Sale)

Book is based on a conversation I had with a photographer who was obsessed with color management, so much so he had entirely lost track of the idea of making an interesting book. Color isn’t difficult and it shouldn’t consume … Read More

Print: The Puzzle Book (Not for Sale)

Book was designed as “anti” precious book. Started out as a reportage book but was then painted, cut and sealed and forms a puzzle. Kids love it. “That is the dumbest thing I’ve ever seen.” Thank you. I appreciate that. … Read More

Print: The Postcard Book (Not for Sale)

Book derived from overheard conversation between two young girls at a Japanese stationary shop. Everyone loves postcards, and yet we found a way to go so lazy we can’t even be bothered to send them any longer. Email is so … Read More