Todd Hido – ‘House Hunting’

I came aware of Todd Hido’s House Hunting work probably close to 20 years ago. I remember seeing it in college, I think, or maybe grad school, but I wasn’t really too hip on ordering photobooks online back then, so when Nazraeli Press announced a third edition of the long-out-of-print and wildly-expensive-on-the-secondary-market classic, I jumped …

Monaris – ‘Momentos’

To be honest (1), I was shocked to find that I wasn’t following Paola Franqui (aka, and hereafter, “Monaris”) on Instagram. Her lovely street photographs that remind me so much of a) Saul Leiter and b) color grading ca. ~2016 are ubiquitous on various magazine accounts on the app and you’ve no doubt seen the …

Andrew Molitor – ‘Vigilante’

Andrew Molitor may be my favorite photo theory blogger. If you’re not a regular reader of Photothunk, do yourself a favor and get started now. Most anything Molitor writes is likely to be largely superior—theoretically—than anything you’re likely to read here. Vigilante is his most recent zine, and I like to think I may have …

Matt Stuart – ‘Into the Fire’

Someone on YouTube alerted me to Matt Stuart‘s Into the Fire about two months before it came out. I can’t find the comment now, and if it’s you, thanks! I missed All that Life Can Afford by about 6 months, that is, it came out just around the time I started buying photobooks, I didn’t …