When I came up with the idea of this magazine back in February, it was to simply put something physical into the world that showcased a few of my friends’ photographic work. I had a bit more time on my hands when the virus first spiked in South Korea and I had just started working […]Read more "over under, issue 001"
Like many others during this very odd and unique time, I have been looking for ways to be productive with my time. With the extra time spent at home, I have finally had a chance to create some sort of vision for an analog photography zine. While there are many details to be hashed out, […]Read more "Now Developing, Issue 001"
Today, we take a look at Amy Jordan’s zine All the Places I Thought Were Strange. Amy is a contemporary landscape photographer living and working in Portland, Oregon. Amy specializes in working with black and white themes. Amy’s latest zine includes twenty pages of monochrome images in an 8.5×11 format, taken between 2015 and 2017. These […]Read more "Books & Zines: All the Places I Thought Were Strange"