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.

David duChemin, Author and Photographer



My voice is one of the primary ways I connect — whether in longform conversations on Process Driven, as the co-host of the weekly photography podcast On Taking Pictures, or in voiceovers for clients I believe in. 



From propaganda to abstracts, my paintings are an exploration into both process and message. 



My photographic journey began with a YashicaMat 124G and my grandfather's darkroom. For more than three decades, I've been mesmerized by the alchemy that converts light into image. 

Longform discussions around the why of creativity


Process Driven allows me to go deep with people leading creative lives across a range of genres who I've been inspired by for years or have recently discovered. From photographers like Dan Winters to musicians like Glenn D'Cruze as well as artists, writers and filmmakers, I ask provocative questions from a place of admiration and respect that result in honest, insightful conversations. 



More of the "why" and less of the "with what"


When you spend more than 500 hours talking about photography, you're bound to have some interesting discussions. Every week for nearly five years, my co-host — portrait photographer Bill Wadman — and I have talked about creativity and the nuance of making pictures, rather than focusing on the gear. The companion Google+ group is a vibrant community where listeners share their work as well as have their own discussions around the art and craft of photography.



Imagery from the edges of memory


My mixed media paintings are rooted in materials. Inspired by artists like Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombly, my work combines multiple layers of chroma, emulsion transfers, ephemera and found objects to create depth that is both literal and narrative.


One Nation, Under Ground
Juliet and Romeo

Looking for prints? I have a revolving selection of open edition prints available in the store.


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.

Karl Taylor, Photographer