Photography Program adjunct instructor and lab manager Jeff Burk has published a monograph of his work, entitled “Quiet Places.”
From the forward:
To offset information overload in this fast-paced era, slowing down to really assess the world we live in has become more important than ever. Photography is the perfect tool for deliberate observation – an attitude that has been at the core of photographic practice from its beginning – and is exemplified by photographer James Mudd’s 1856 remark about “counting the bricks” in a daguerreotype. With that stance in mind, my first objective is to portray the visual delights I find in overlooked or forgotten places.
View and purchase “Quiet Places” here.