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  11. First Wonderland Trail signed deluxe edition shipping tomorrow

     
  12. MY NEW PHOTOGRAPHY BOOK IS A POSTCARD BOX.

    Wonderland Trail is twenty-five color postcard photographs, each one printed on Neenah Classic Crest Natural White Linen, 100lb cover stock, using Xerox Docucolor 240. The boxes containing them were made with care by the lovely craftswomen at Grossenbacher Brothers, here in Portland, OR.

    There exists an additional deluxe set of ten boxes with all enclosed postcards signed by me, with an accompanying signed print. All photographs signed on verso in ink.

    All versions of Wonderland Trail available through my website, or contacting me directly.

    Hold them, scan them, smell them, frame them, mail them to friends, or just sit and stare at them.

    Welcome to Wonderland Trail.

     
     
  13. MY NEW BOOK IS A BOX.

    About a year ago, I returned from a road trip through the south with a collection of photos.

    Rather than make them into another book, I decided to present them in a format more fitting of the trip and the feeling behind the images, and I’m finally ready to share them.

    Wonderland Trail is twenty-five color postcard photographs, each one printed on Neenah Classic Crest Natural White Linen, 100lb cover stock, using Xerox Docucolor 240. The boxes containing them were made with care by the lovely craftswomen at Grossenbacher Brothers, here in Portland, OR.

    There exists an additional deluxe set of ten boxes with all enclosed postcards signed by me, with an accompanying signed print. All photographs signed on verso in ink.

    All versions of Wonderland Trail available through my website, contacting me directly, or via my favorite gallery and bookstore, Ampersand.

    Hold them, scan them, smell them, frame them, mail them to friends, or just sit and stare at them.

    Welcome to Wonderland Trail.

     
  14. My favorite memories of the 4th are from my grandparent’s mountain home in North Carolina, so I was super excited to wake up this morning to find my new series Wonderland Trail, named after that road the house is on, featured on Juxtapoz.

    Big thanks to Houston Cofield for the lovely write up.

     
  15. Thanks for the interview, No Culture Icons