Ed Panar
2011, Oct 26
SLJ sells out


Well, it’s been a good run here with everyone, but I got a call from the major leagues of blogging, so it’s time to bust out of here. Just kidding of course, but I have started writing on a pretty regular basis for the website of American Photo Magazine. It’s a great chance to write about the world of photography beyond Japan, and also introduce Japan to America and beyond.

Since the site launched I interviewed two of my favorite photographers, Michael Jang and Ed Panar. Where to even go from there? I’m not sure.

Like always, I’m not sure exactly how much I’ll post here, but I’m sure it probably won’t change much from the usual erratic rhythm. Some of my friends have noted that I try to maintain a “mysterious” online persona, which is probably true, but really I’m incredibly lucky just to be able to write this blog, and I hope to post with such urgency over at American Photo as well.


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2011, Aug 17
Tonight’s gchat conversation

<friend>: people take themselves so seriously it hurts

in web photoland

This was in reference to looking at Ed Panar’s series “Animals That Saw Me,” which we both agreed is excellent. The Ice Plant will be publishing it as a book (“Volume One”!) in November.


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