Sometimes our past is something we often find difficult to put into words, but San Francisco photographer Candice Rollerson translated her past and memories into handmade miniature constructions as way to reflect and process her emotions and experiences. We chatted...
Amidst a bustling moving city like San Francisco, photographer Ignacio Umana decided to look to the sea, searching for a sense of calm and quiet. We talked with Umana over the summer about photography and his most recent project Quietness, after his recent graduation...
Jake Shivery | Mar 31, 2011 by Blue Mitchell (Originally posted on Plates-to-Pixels) Blue Mitchell: Please tell me a little bit about your background and how you became the Jake Shivery. Jake Shivery: Geez. Usual story – starts up out East, ends up out West. This...
Lemniscate of Diffusion
Diffusion, Volume VIII, 2016
Contact by Jake Shivery
160-page, limited-edition book
Poignant Pics is a blog series where we’ve asked photo curators, educators, collectors and makers to share a brief essay on a photo that has significantly changed the way they think or look at the world.