“Snow Steed” by Gary Nski

I own a horse farm / photography studio in South Central Wisconsin. More than a decade ago we were in

FRAMES Podcast with Ian Howorth

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Ian Howorth, photographer based in Brighton,

LOOK CLOSER: Between Immensity and Eternity, by Rob Wilson

Let us play a quick word association game. I will give you a word and I would like you to

Mind Time – Review of “Escape” by Olga Karlovac

There are a thousand ways to judge a photobook: technical sophistication, artistic accomplishment, social relevance, and so on. Those are all

FRAMES Podcast with Shane Balkowitsch

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Shane Balkowitsch, a US-based wet plate

“Portrait of Professor Bauman” by Wander Black

In 2009 I was commissioned to photograph Professor Bauman for the exhibition at the Museum of London. Entering his house

“Amy Sacka: Dissolving Division through Vision”, by Gina Williams

The ice gets in your blood. There aren’t many places this quiet left on earth, where the silence forms something

“Portrait of Azazel” by Liz Mitchell

This is a portrait of my friend’s dog, Azazel, and it is one of a series of images I took

FRAMES Podcast with Sean Tucker

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Sean Tucker, photographer, filmmaker and writer

Beauty and Despair – Review of “In Guns We Trust” by Jean-Francois Bouchard

There is a quote in Tim O’Brien’s book The Things They Carried I find myself remembering often. He writes: “The truths

“Beyond Dorothea Lange: Farm Security Administration Photographers Document the Great Depression”, by Rick Halpern

The 1930s were a formative period for documentary photography in the United States.  The twin phenomena of the Great Depression

The Deep Fleeting Moment – Review of “Fill the Frame”, a film by Tim Huynh

Here is a question: How do you explain the ineffable? How do you explain what is present – oftentimes right

“Herne’s Daughter 1” by Samantha Hook

This is my daughter, a flame haired wildling. As she is growing up I am so proud of the fierce,

FRAMES Podcast with Douglas Hill

On today’s episode of the FRAMES Photography Podcast W. Scott Olsen is talking to Douglas Hill, architectural and fine art

LOOK CLOSER: The Surprise in the Attic, by Rob Wilson

Bernard Moncet’s family knew that there was a stack of old glass plate negatives in the attic of his wife’s