‘Most of the photographs in your paper, unless they are hard news, are...– Martin Parr - Telegraph
BILL BRANDT: "A Statement on Photography" (1948) →
murketing: Feeling frustrated by modern cameras and lenses which seemed designed to imitate human vision and conventional sight, I was looking everywhere for a camera with a very wide angle. One day in a secondhand shop, near Covent Garden, I found a 70-year-old wooden Kodak. I was delighted. Like nineteenth-century cameras it had no shutter, and the wide-angle lens, with an aperture as minute...
Some changes look negative on the surface but you will soon realize that space...– Eckhart Tolle (via sixtyfourwest)
Being bored is a precious thing, a state of mind we should pursue. Once boredom...– Why I Returned My iPad - Peter Bregman - Harvard Business Review
The closer the work became to being what I envisioned in the end, the book, the...– Ben Huff – The Last Road North | LPV Magazine This piece by Ben Huff, about his excellent project ‘The Last Road North’, hits home for me right now. I’m still struggling to find a way to share my work consistently and communicatively, and hopefully in a way that engenders...
Just got back from a night at the bar with Morais and Iorio. It’s been way too long since that happened; I love them both. We spent the evening drinking beers and making plans. Scheming, if you will. Things are afoot.