Book Development Workshop – 1 day intensive using Zoom

Los Angeles Center of Photography (LACP) has just announced my one-day (teleconferencing) book development workshop on Saturday, July 18th, from 9am - 4pm (PST). Included is a small break for lunch and we will be using Zoom as our teleconferencing admin process for this virtual workshop while we all continue to shelter-in-place. A photographic book... Continue Reading →

Find your project’s audience

I will have to admit, my Middle Ground project took off faster than I was prepared for that in quick succession I was offered a solo exhibition, which then required the production/launch of my artist book. In retrospect, I think I knew who my audience was, but maybe not as well as I could have.... Continue Reading →

Artist Books as Art Objects

Middle Ground, Box set (book + photo), Fabrik Press, Edition of 25, published 2019 After a little back and forth discussion, my Medium Photo 2020 lecture next month in San Diego has been a bit better defined; Artist Books as Art Objects. This popular lecture will be a variation on previous artist book talks that... Continue Reading →

Book talk at PPA last night

Last night was a fun, interactive and interesting discussion about Photographic Books as Art at the Pasadena Photographic Arts (PPA). I was a presenter in the PPA's Forum Series of artist, curators & photographer talks. A nice thank you to Douglas Hill and Bill Wishner for their invitation, providing a very nice introduction and for... Continue Reading →

Oleander – the Snow White lesson

  My attention to my Middle Ground artist book has been on hiatus for a short time; in retrospect I think that all of the leporello book binding I completed for this artist book edition in conjunction with preparing for the solo exhibition really took it out of me. It was pretty intense experience, but when a... Continue Reading →

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