Jesse’s book review, Labyrinth of Dreams by Sogo Ishii This time Jesse brings us a book from a movie from the world of Japanese cinema. A very interesting adaptation of a movie into a photobook. Come and check it out.
Jesse’s book review, A sentimental Journey by Araki This is one that I hoped Jesse would do. Probably one of the most well known of Araki’s books, this one has been reviewed many times, but Jesse covers it with his own thoughtful style.
Jesse’s book review, A beautiful catastrophe by Bruce Gilden Jesse’s review this week covers one of my personal books. This is a book I took a long time to come to and really respect. It wasn’t until I had met the man that I really understood where and how this book came to be. This […]
Jesse’s book review, A trip to Europe by Emi Fukuyama Jesse is back, and with another great review of a Japanese photobook. From the same stable as Shinya Arimoto, Emi Fukuyama has a popular following in Japan. Read on an discover.
Jesse’s book review, Exiles by Josef Koudelka Jesse’s next book is one that is personally very important to me. This is my favourite photo book and a body of work that is important to me. This is my go-to book for anytime I am looking for inspiration, or when I want to learn more about […]
Jesse’s book review, The Jazz Loft Project by W. Eugene Smith Jesse is back and he shares with us a piece of work that he has wanted to have on here for a while. I know that Jesse is a big time Jazz fan, so this work really stands out. A fantastic review.
Jesse’s book review, Ariphoto Selection by Shinya Arimoto Jesse shares with us a book review that I am very happy to have on the site. Shinya Arimoto is a great guy and a personal inspiration for me with regards to his total dedication to photography. I hope you enjoy this one as much as I […]
Jesse’s book review, Drawing A Line by Wataru Yamamoto This week Jesse shares with us a very Japanese photobook that draws your eye and gives you pause for thought. Come and check out this great review.
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.