I recorded my first podcast in 2008. I was hooked and have been recording conversations ever since.
A podcast about creativity and what it means to those who do more than make art.Learn more >
The best photo book is the one you have with you.
My book Photography by the Letter is a terrific field guide for photographers and photo enthusiasts and for a limited time, save 20% when you buy the Photography by the Letter Analog-Digital Bundle. Get both the paperback and eBook versions of the book and save $10 off the retail price of buying each of them separately.Learn More »
“Jeffery's conversations about the creative process are both inspiring and thought provoking. I look forward to every new episode as a new chance to delve into what it means to be a human, alive, and looking at the world around me. ”
“It's not only a great introduction to the fundamentals, but there's a lot of stuff in here for experienced photographers as well. Photography by the Letter is the book that ought to have come with your camera. It's seriously a joy to look at.”
Vinny Les PesProfessional Photographer
“Photography by the Letter is a visual treat — a superbly illustrated reference guide that will be loved by new photographers and a welcome addition to the book collection of many seasoned pros.”
Karl TaylorProfessional Photographer and Photography Instructor
“Your book is an inspiration and an important document for the Analogs and for the Digitals and their descendants.”
Hugh TalmanStaff Photographer, Smithsonian Institution Museum of American History
“Jeffery has painstakingly created a beautifully designed primer to help cut through the often jargon-heavy world of photography. This has instantly become my go-to recommend for photographers wanting to move from amateur to professional.”
Sean TuckerProfessional Photographer
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My mixed-media paintings are rooted in materials and inspired by artists like Robert Rauschenberg and Cy Twombly. My work combines multiple layers of chroma, emulsion transfers, ephemera, and found objects to create both literal and narrative depth.View The gallery