Print: Press Print

Yet another cool publication from Chloe Ferres. This time a collaboration with her Raffles pals. Pages with vertical images, others with horizontal. The bleed through you see on one of these images is actually caused my by iPhone app. The … Read More

Print: just make pictures

Issue #6. The brainchild of Michael Jarecki. Yes, I’m officially in love with the Zine. Michael has been sending these for a while, but I think this is the first I’ve featured. I love everything about this. The title, which … Read More

Read: This is Your Brain on Music

There is a line in the movie Margin Call where the Jeremy Irons character is asking a young analyst to sum up his findings in regard to an impending financial collapse of epic proportion. “Please, speak to me as you … Read More

Print: 30FPS with Jeff Frost

If you don’t know Jeff Frost by now I’m not sure there is any hope for you. I post about him more than I post about myself, and I’m a savagely good looking, wildly important individual who lives as a … Read More

Read: Extreme Medicine by Kevin Fong + More

You might be wondering what the “+ More” from the title is referring to, so I’ll tell you. I read paper books, but I also read on the Kindle. Difficult to do the cover image of the book when you … Read More

Print: Magcloud 8×8 Test Book

Are you laughing at my cover design? You should be. In my defense I was in the Blurb office when I decided to make this. Came out of a meeting about Magcloud and thought “You know, never done an 8×8.” … Read More

Read: Book Brain

Yesterday I watched a guy leave the hotel lobby in what looked like a hurry. But directly in front of my perch he ground to a halt and whipped out a pack of smokes. With the grace of a ballerina … Read More

Read: Snapshots and Postcards

Well, it appears as if 2016 is upon us and it’s not going anywhere. I was thinking maybe the world would end,but I’m getting notices for tax season, so apparently we are all to carry on as usual. I’m home … Read More

Read: Alone on the Wall

If you don’t know of Alex Honnold prepare to have your mind blown. A little context. I made my first attempt at rock climbing in about 1990 while attending the University of Texas in Austin. I was assigned to make … Read More

Print: Then There Was None

I’m on a Zine tear. The proud father of this baby is Nicholas Firan who is a Brooklyn based photographer and designer. This thing looks DAMN good. I’ve had it for a few weeks now and have looked it many … Read More

Read: The Wisdom of Yoga

For those of you who don’t know, yoga is a big part of my life. I’m not going to wax poetic about this practice however. Yoga occupies only about thirty-minutes of my day, but it’s perhaps the most important thirty-minutes … Read More

Read: Surrender to the Flow

I met Phyllis Lane about twenty years ago at The Santa Fe Workshops. She is a total badass. Not the punch you in the neck kind of badass. Not at all. She’s the other kind of badass. The creative type. … Read More

Read: My Lost Rolls, Paradise, Kansas

Checking in with another installment of my “Lost Rolls.” I gave a talk at Canon Hollywood a few short days ago, and when I asked audience members how many of them had unprocessed rolls of film at least 75% of … Read More

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

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: New Mexico Journal

I feel better when I’m on dirt. I do. New York, Paris, Sydney, sure, great places, but I’m happiest when I have dust on me. Open space. There isn’t anything like it. It’s open, but it’s not empty or boring. … Read More