Outdoor adventure photographer Peter McBride began his ongoing project about the Colorado River in 2008 to bring attention to the plight of what he calls “the Southwest’s lifeline.” “Few people realize the architect of the Grand Canyon turns into a whimper and dies 90 miles shy of the Sea of Cortez,” McBride says via e-mail. “I strongly believe...
September 20, 2018
Matthew Salacuse is known for being able to deliver interesting, fun portraits under time constraints and suboptimal circumstances. Salacuse says his roots in documentary photography have helped him learn “to take what is given to you.” His easygoing, adaptable demeanor also helps him “collaborate with the sitter and find out what they want from the photo, and then work that... More »
September 10, 2018
Photographer Tania Teschke’s new book, called The Bordeaux Kitchen, celebrates not only the meat and wine at the center of French cuisine, but the saturated fat, too. Released in June by California-based Primal Blueprint Publishing, the 650-page book weaves together food culture and cooking how-to with a “paleo” diet philosophy and the author’s personal journey to culinary enlightenment. Teschke produced... More »
September 7, 2018
Sandy Hook. Columbine, CO. Pulse Night Club. Charlottesville, VA. These are place names that we all know; they are etched into our memories as signifiers of tragedy and suffering and intolerance and terror, and as flash points in conflicts between political ideologies. They are also titles of images in Joshua Lutz’s new book, Mind the Gap (Schilt Publishing), an exploration... More »