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Book Details: Paper over boardISBN-13: 978194208485396 pages; 60 Black and white Photographs7 x 9  inches$45 US; $58.99 CAN Photographs by Jenny SampsonForeword by Becky BealJenny Sampson’s follow-up to her acclaimed collection of tintype skateboarder portraits (Skaters, Daylight 2017) focuses on female skateboarders. Although historically a male-dominated sport, there have always been girls in the skateboarding landscape. By turning her lens on these members of the community all over California, Washington and Oregon, Sampson hopes to increase visibility and honor these girls, young and older, who have been breaking down this gender wall with their skater girl power.Jenny Sampson is a photographer based in Berkeley, CA whose first book Skaters (Daylight 2017) made waves within the extreme sports community and beyond. Her tintype photographs are in numerous private collections.Cindy Whitehead was one of the first professional female skateboarders, a Skateboard Hall of Fame Inductee and is now a ‘sports stylist’ for stars around the world. Her first book IT’S NOT ABOUT PRETTY: A Book About Radical Skater Girls was released in 2017.Becky Beal, PhD, is a Professor of Kinesiology at California State University in Hayward, CA, where she teaches classes in the sociology and philosophy of sport. For nearly thirty years she has researched and written about the cultural and political dynamics of skateboarding.Featured in:BBC News in Pictures, All-About-Photo, Creative Boom (UK), Arts Konbini (France), Girl Talk HQ, Girl is NOT a 4 Letter Word, L’Oeil de la Photographie, Analog Forever Magazine , Shots Magazine (Winter 2020 Issue), Leica Fotografie International, and Lomography. View Details
Book Details: Paper over boardISBN-13: 9781942084921128 pages; 75 Black and white Photographs10 x 8  inches$45 US; $58.99 CAN Photographs by Clayton AndersonForeword by Jack PiersonContributions by Katharine Kavanagh Kicking Sawdust is a series of photos taken from 1988-1992 while on the road with the circus, carnival, and various sideshows. It is a personal documentation of friends and people that photographer Clayton Anderson encountered in his daily life during that time.  Clayton Anderson is a photographer and advertising art director who lives and works in New York City. In 1988 Clayton went out on the road to work in the circus, carnival and fair circuit with the family’s traveling cinnamon roll food concession. He brought along a camera and photographed his experiences there. This year his circus work was shown at the Florida Museum of Photographic Arts (FMoPA) in Tampa, FL. and the SE Center for Photography in Greenville, SC. Some of his newer work will be shown at Praxis Gallery in Minneapolis, MN. Clayton worked for and was mentored by some noted photographers that include Jack Pierson, David Seidner, Josef Astor and Philip-Lorca diCorcia. Kicking Sawdust, published by Daylight Books, is his first monograph.Jack Pierson is an internationally exhibiting artist who has had recent solo exhibitions at the CAC Malaga, the Irish Museum of Modern Art, Dublin and the Aspen Art Museum.Katharine Kavanagh has been writing about circus since 2013 when she launched The Circus Diaries—a multi-platform hub for critical discourse centered on the circus arts.Featured in:Art Daily, Newsbreak.com, and All-About-Photo. View Details