As part of my ongoing collaboration with Catfish Books, I recently posted an interview with Javanese photographer Wimo Ambala Bayang. The interview is available here.
My most recent review with C4 Journal looks at the Spector Books reprint of the classic Bahman Jalali book about the Iranian Revolution, Days of Blood, Days of Fire. Out of print since 1979, this book provides great insight into a pivotal moment in history. The review is available here.
Photo Eye asked me to review the newest book by Danny Lyon, American Blood, published by Karma Books. The review is posted here.
I was recently commissioned by MACK Books to write on their newest publication by Raymond Meeks, ciprian honey cathedral. The book is a lovely meditation on love in a damaged world. The review is available by subscription only, online here.
Working with MIT Press and Afterimage, I published an extended review on three publications recently released by writer, educator, and critic David Levi Strauss. The article is available by subscription only, but found here.
I have another review up on Photo Eye. This one is about the new book by Kim Beil, Good Pictures: A History of Popular Photography. The complete review is available here. Kim Beil is an art historian at Stanford University. Good Pictures is a study of vernacular, popular photographic trends from the development of the medium to the present day.
My most recent review with C4 Journal is now live, on the new MACK Books publication by Deanna Templeton, What She Said. You can read the full review here.
My most recent review with Photo Eye is now live, on the Datz Press publication of Nothing Will Ever Be the Same Again by Amanda Marchand. You can read the full review here. Nothing Will Ever Be the Same Again is a sentimental and poetic investigation on the passage of time.
My most recent review, published with C4 Journal, on the new book by Jessica Ingram, Road Through Midnight: A Civil Rights Memorial, is available here. Ingrams's book is incredibly disciplined, and a necessary look at a difficult, ongoing history in the United States.
As part of my on-going collaboration with Catfish, I recently published an interview with photographer and publisher Lukas Birk, founder of Fraglich Publishing. The interview is available on the Catfish website.