Tag: book review

Twins by Peter Zelewski

Twins is the new photography book by the Detroit born, London based portrait and documentary photographer Peter Zelewski published by Hoxton Mini Press.  I first became aware of Peter’s work when I saw one of his striking images (which was placed third) in the  Taylor Wessing Portrait competition at the National Portrait Gallery

Possibly the Best Photography Book Ever?

In the summer of 1975 I discovered a photography book that changed the way I viewed photography forever. I was 17 years old with an interest in photography but with no real idea of just how powerful it could be as a means to change people’s understanding of the world. One day,

People of London

I keep trying to kick my habit of buying photography books but occasionally a book comes along that you feel you absolutely have to own. So was the case with Peter Zelewski’s recently published book The People of London. Peter is an American who has lived in London for 30 years and spent

NY Through The Lens

In 2010 and 2011 I was lucky enough to make several trips to New York City – seven in total over a period of 18 months. These being business trips time for photography was somewhat limited however I was able to get out and about with my camera in the

Fearless Genius

The book Fearless Genius by Douglas Menuez is a photographic essay on the “digital revolution” that was taking place in Silicon Valley, the area of California some 50 miles south of San Francisco that is home to some of the worlds most successful technology companies, during the period 1985 to

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