'Prison Obscura' Exhibition Opens at Haverford College, PA, 24th January
PRISON OBSCURA, 24TH JAN. - 7TH MAR.
It is with giddy, air-punching pride and mammoth-sized gratitude for those that helped me along the way that I announce the imminent... Read more
‘Cruel and Unusual’ Goes To Australia and Ireland
14/38 (Not The Man I Once Was) © Amy Elkins, from the series Black Is The Day, Black Is The Night
Cruel and Unusual,the 2012 exhibition of photographs from... Read more
Announcing The Prison Photography Photobook
2013 will bring with it many new things and revelations. Among them: proof that the Mayans were full of crap and also, the Prison Photography photobook.
The book, with the... Read more
Musics, Arts, Prints, Stickers, Cards & Newspapers In Your Mailboxes
Backers! Happiness to you as we approach the long dark days of winter. No longer sheepish, I can say out loud that the remainder of the PPOTR incentives have been... Read more
We Got A Publisher! (And Other News)
WE GOT A PUBLISHER!
We have a publisher for the PPOTR book! Still have to sign on the dotted line (don't grumble that I'm jumping the gun) but it is... Read more
Dispatches from Photoville, New York
Photovillewas a huge success. Sweaty, curly prints, lots of smiles and appreciation. Also, astounded-minds at the sights we showed in that little pocket of NYC over two weekends. The... Read more
Some thoughts on, and thanks to, Noorderlicht Photo Gallery
I’d wanted to take the opportunity to publicly share some thoughts on the Noorderlicht team and my wonderful experience working in Holland. Ive posted a missive.
Some thoughts on, and... Read more
'Cruel and Unusual' Newspaper and PPOTR Acknowledgements
A big hello from my darkened hole in Chorley where I've been ferreting away putting the final touches on the Cruel and Unusual exhibit.
Instead of a traditional exhibition book... Read more
PPOTR Documentary Short
Just a quick note to say that the PPOTR documentary has been published.
More about it here and here.
PPOTR on iTunes!
Photo credit: Jim Marshall
Everyone's talking about it and if Johnny Cash was still about he might be tempted to sing about it.
Prison Photography on the Roadis now... Read more
PPOTR on the Blog, on the Twitter, and on the Podbean
Two weeks in, eleven interviews down, three published and eight in the can.
I can only anticipate getting more and more busy. My discombobulation may be interrupted by episodic bouts... Read more
Amy Elkins and I joked that our chat would be a prelog (part prelude, part prologue) to the PPOTR project.
We spoke in Portland very early in the trip prior... Read more
Robert Frank and I
In response to the fake L.A. mugshot, my buddy Blake Andrews (who'll provide some refuge at the very end of my trip in Eugene, Oregon) recalled Robert Frank's 1955 Arkansas... Read more
Travels With Lil' Spacey
Lil' Spacey is a small plastic astronaut and travel companion velcroed to my dashboard.
Lil' Spacey's the official PPOTR mascot.
I also clocked up the first 1,000 miles on Tuesday.
Featured on British Journal of Photography and Other Support
I've been pounding the promotional treadmill.
Today, The British Journal of Photographypublished a Q&A with my for their 'Spotlight on Crowdfunding' series. The final paragraph hits on... Read more
Interview with 'Thoughts on Photography' to Promote PPOTR
Just a quick heads up to say that I recorded an interview with Paul Giguere of 'Thoughts on Photography' podcast earlier this week.
Paul has 25,000 subscribers... Read more
Big thanks, big love and new prints
As I currently write, 'Prison Photography on the Road' has 63 beautiful and generous backers. Thank you to each and every one of you.
The total is ticking over... Read more