Tag: Jesse Freeman

Jesse’s Book Review – 1991 by Hashiguchi George

Jesse’s book review, 1991 Jesse is back with another review. Moving on a few decades this time, as the last one was 1959. Over to Jesse: 1991-1995 Work possesses a surprising amount of depth for what the content actually is. Compiled over the aforementioned years, photographer Hashiguchi George went to various places of work in Japan […]

Jesse’s Book Review – 1959

Jesse’s book review, 1959 Ok now this one is a bit different. No it is not a book. And no you more than likely can’t find this. But there is a point. I went back to the US for a visit last summer and after leaving Baltimore stayed with my mother in Nebraska to shoot what […]

Jesse’s book review, Ichi No Hi by Haruna Sato Jesse shares with us a book from a series that I have been looking at lately. Being in Tokyo I am familiar with Sato san’s work and it is cool that Jesse has done a review of her latest piece for us. Check it out.

Jesse’s book review, Ariphoto Selection by Shinya Arimoto Jesse is back with a review of a book by a photographer whose work I really like. Shinya Arimoto’s work has been on the site before, all reviewed by Jesse, so I am very happy to see this, the newest release in the Ariphoto collection. Check it out.