Jesse’s book review – Bare Witness by Gordon Parks Jesse’s book reviews are fast becoming one of my favourite pieces. Wonderful books and thoughtful discussion about them. This weeks book is thought provoking and shows a period in American history that should not ever be forgotten.
Jesse’s book review – Journey to Onomichi by Wim Wenders Jesse is back with another fantastic book review for you all. A delightful and thoughtful piece about a book that I am certainly going to look for. Over to Jesse.
Jesse’s book review – An Album: The Everlasting Story by Shoji Ueda In his latest review Jesse shares with us a book that I was unfamiliar with. This looks really good and as always Jesse has beautiful pictures and a thoughtful review. Read on.
Jesse’s book review – Counting Grains Of Sand by Hiromi Tsuchida Jesse is back with the latest book review and it is a personal favourite of mine. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
Jesse’s Book Review – Shamanatsu 2011 by Araki Jesse Freeman kicks off the new year with a new book review. Come and read this wonderfully composed piece. Some of this may be considered NSFW, just so you know.
Book Review: Tokyo, the 50′s by Ikko Narahara Jesse Freeman is back again with another wonderful book review for us. The last one was brilliantly received and I hope you all enjoy this one as much too.
Book review: Ballet by Alexey Brodovitch Jesse Freeman has very kindly agreed to put together a series of book reviews for us. We are hoping that this will be a popular feature and we will be able to do it bi-weekly. We hope you enjoy it.
Book Review: Subway by Bruce Davidson Cosh is back, with a great book review about one of my personal favourites, Subway by Bruce Davidson. Over to you Cosh…