NOTE: This review first appeared on Faded & Blurred. “To me, photography is an art of observation. It’s about finding something interesting in an ordinary place… I’ve found it has little to do with the things you see and everything […]Read More ›
Hello there and welcome to the very first installment (we could even call it a public beta, hence the “Issue 0”) of ITERATIONS, my mostly weekly brain dump of thoughts, inspiration and ideas. I’m not exactly sure what it’s going […]Read More ›
Sumptuous isn’t a word you might typically associate with a photo book, but paging through Senza Parole, the unintentional swan song by the late Belgian photographer Marc Lagrange, you realize that even sumptuous may fail to adequately describe the lush […]Read More ›
A mostly weekly brain dump of thoughts, inspiration and ideas.
John Keatley/ http://keatleyphoto.com
"Jeffery is one of those rare people who is able to connect with strangers instantly and make them feel like he is an old friend. His natural sense of curiosity is infectious, and the stories he tells are the ones I want to hear."
David duChemin/ http://davidduchemin.com
“Anyone can ask questions, but the real skill of a talented interviewer is in the relationships. Jeffery has this way of connecting and turning what is so often just a string of unrelated questions into a conversation. His respect and curiosity make him the kind of host I look forward to spending time with.”
Karl Taylor/ http://karltaylor.co.uk
“Jeffery can only be described as a true gentleman and ambassador for the arts, in particular the visual arts. I had the personal pleasure of being interviewed by Jeffery and it was a pleasure in every way. His ability to reveal the positive and the passion from his guests is a true talent and one that I would recommend to anyone. In one hour I came to realise as much about myself as he had discovered about me.”