The last few days, as we’ve opened SEVEN for pre-orders, have been tremendously exciting, humbling, and full of the same fear any artist has when releasing something so close to his heart into the world: what if it doesn’t find an audience? We released it nervously, knowing if no one purchased it, I’d have 4,000lbs of books in my loft for years to come. We released it knowing shipping was expensive – too expensive – but the very best rates we could get after dickering with Fed Ex and UPS and DHL and finally going with Canada Post. And we released it hoping to the gods in control of these things that this book would find a few hearts under which to light a fire. All I can say, after all that, is that your reception of this project has left me so grateful – a posture you put me in so often. Thank you so much.
I made the images above, lit by the fire of that gratitude, with my iPhone as the last rays of the evening hit the orchids on the coffee table 30 minutes ago. Happy Easter, friends.
If you missed it, you can reserve your copy of SEVEN, my limited edition fine art book, now, and save $15 until April 02.
SEVEN, LIMITED EDITION Pre-Orders
SEVEN Linen Cover, Front Plate. Yesterday we released SEVEN, my first fine art book, for Pre-Orders. We released it in two limited editions and within hours the first 100, a special dustjacketed edition, were long gone, which throws a wrench in my plans because now we have to re-jig the marketing. A beautiful problem to […]
SEVEN Now Available for Pre-Orders
Today we’re launching my first fine-art book, SEVEN. It’s a retrospective collection of the personal work I’ve done over the last 7 years on 7 seven continents. This is a limited edition book and once those 1,000 signed and numbered copies are gone, they’re gone. Today we’re announcing pre-orders of this limited edition, and […]
New Work Posted
There’s some new work posted to my portfolios, representing some of my favourite photographs from the last couple months. Click either of the images above to be taken to my recent work from Kenya and Hokkaido, respectively. I love the new direction my work is taking, though I’m at a loss to say where it […]
I’m not one to pigeon-hole, but all the same, I’m no wildlife photographer. Of course I said that about landscapes three years ago as well, so what do I know? I’ve spent almost 2 weeks in Japan, mostly in Hokkaido, with birds and monkeys, often flopping around gracelessly and hip deep in snow, and almost […]