A History of Photography in Indonesia: From the Colonial Era to the Digital Age is a collection of essays co-published by Afterhours Books and Amsterdam University Press. In developing the collection, I worked as editor, contributor, and translator. Collectively the essays trace the development of photography from its early uses by the Dutch colonial government to present day. The book is available from Photo Eye, Amsterdam University Press, Amazon, and Afterhours Books.
Co-published by Afterhours books and the Herbert F. Johnson Museum of Art at Cornell University, Identity Crisis: Reflections on public and Private Life in Contemporary Javanese Photography is available directly from Afterhours Books, the Johnson Museum and Photo Eye.
Published by Oxford University Press, Alternate Processes in Photography: Technique, History, and Creative Potential is a handbook and history describing a number of different, handmade photographic process. The book is available from OUP, Amazon, and most major book dealers. To learn more and see selected images from the book, click on the cover to the left.
Precedence: Emmet Gowin and His Students was the first exhibition I ever curated (short of my MFA thesis exhibition, held at the Fosdick-Nelson Gallery, NYSCC at Alfred University, between September 6-30, 2000. We printed a limited edition catalog to document the show. The show was dedicated to photographer Emmet Gowin, looking specifically as his work as a teacher.