The Photobook: A History - Volume III, Edited by Martin Parr and Gerry Badger, Phaidon, 2014
"Notes from the Foundry," Spaces Corners Books, edited by Melissa Catanese & Ed Panar, 2013
"A SURVEY OF DOCUMENTARY STYLES IN EARLY 21st CENTURY PHOTOBOOKS: Selections from the Indie Photobook Library," Curated by Darius Himes & Larissa Leclair, Gallery Carte Blanche, 2013
Problematica Physica, Ohja Books, 2012
VICE Magazine, The Photo Issue, 2012
"Photographs Not Taken: A Collection of Photographers' Essays," Daylight Books, 2012
The Photographs Not Taken is a collection of essays by photographers about the times they didn’t use their camera. Editor Will Steacy asked each photographer to abandon the conventional tools needed to make a photograph--camera, lens, film--and instead make a photograph using words, to capture the image (and its attendant memories) that never made it through the lens. In each essay, the photograph has been stripped down to its barest and most primitive form: the idea behind it. This collection provides a unique and original interpretation of the experience of photographing, and allows the reader into a world rarely seen: the image making process itself. Photographs Not Taken features contributions by: Peter Van Agtmael, Dave Anderson, Timothy Archibald, Roger Ballen, Thomas Bangsted, Juliana Beasley, Nina Berman, Elinor Carucci, Kelli Connell, Paul D'Amato, Tim Davis, KayLynn Deveney, Doug Dubois, Rian Dundon, Amy Elkins, Jim Goldberg, Emmet Gowin, Gregory Halpern, Tim Hetherington, Todd Hido, Rob Hornstra, Eirik Johnson, Chris Jordan, Nadav Kander, Ed Kashi, Misty Keasler, Lisa Kereszi, Erika Larsen, Shane Lavalette, Deana Lawson, Joshua Lutz, David Maisel, Mary Ellen Mark, Laura McPhee, Michael Meads, Andrew Moore, Richard Mosse, Zwelethu Mthethwa, Laurel Nakadate, Ed Panar, Christian Patterson, Andrew Phelps, Sylvia Plachy, Mark Power, Peter Riesett, Simon Roberts, Joseph Rodriguez, Stefan Ruiz, Matt Salacuse, Alessandra Sanguinetti, Aaron Schuman, Jamel Shabazz, Alec Soth, Amy Stein, and others.
Smoke Bath, Seems Books, 2010.
Smoke Bath is a collection of photographs and art work loosely based on the theme of camping, nature, and exploring. The goal of Smoke Bath is to showcase the work of artists who are inspired by nature and raise money for Freshair.org in the process. The Fresh Air Fund is an independent, not-for-profit agency that provides free summer vacations to New York City children from low-income communities.
"SF Jazz," TBW Books, 2010
The SFJAZZ GROUNDBREAKING book was a commission by Robert Mailer Anderson and SFJAZZ. The objective was to create a visual accompaniment to the gala event honoring the new home of SFJAZZ in San Francisco. The book is 84 pages, featuring both heavyweight color and black and white pages, 7 of which are gate folding. The dust jacket is gold metallic printed and embossed, and all books are hand numbered 1-500.
"Tell Mum Everything is OK," The Éditions Frédéric Pierre & Camille Françoise
Éditions FP&CF is an associativ and independent publishing house based in Paris, France. They publish the participative fanzine TELL MUM EVERYTHING IS OK in addition to other art books and zines.
"The Collector's Guide to Emerging Art Photography," Humble Arts Foundation, 2009
The Collector’s Guide is an invite only, 180–page source book distributed to collectors, art dealers, gallery directors, museum professionals, independent curators and photo editors.
"Hope Dies Last: Keeping The Faith In Troubled," 2004, Studs Terkel, New Press
Hope Dies Last is Studs Terkel's inspiring new oral history of social action in America. An alternative, more personal history of the''American century,'' Hope Dies Last forms a legacy of the indefatigable spirit that Studs has always embodied, and an inheritance for those who, by taking a stand, are making concrete the dreams of today. For Terkel, these interviews represent a change that has taken place in the last few years of uncertainty in America. From a doctor who teaches his young students compassion, to the now-retired brigadier general who flew the Enola Gay over Hiroshima, these interviews tell us much about the power of the American dream and the force of individuals who hope for a better world. Terkel's subjects express with grace and warmth their secret hopes and dreams, combining to tell an inspiring story of optimism and persistence that resonates with the eloquence of conviction.