An Edge A Center is a book of photography and writing formed over 8 years in California. This book is about a few things, but chief among them might be the idea of ‘proximity’: a bunch of things pushed against each other, a little different for their closeness. 

$70, 170 pages, hardcover, 8”x10”


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Taken from introduction:

California is immense. Geographically massive: one hundred and sixty-five thousand square miles of earth folded by restless tectonics. Fresh mountains cradling postcard deserts and alluvial plains. Breadbaskets, parkland, and single-family homes teetering over the primordial Pacific.

Psychologically massive: forty-million souls spread across America’s perpetually drying Eden, the cradle of American fame/fortune/myth-making, the crystallization of the dream and of the spectacle.