Photography

The Remittance Economy

First published in City Limits Magazine, New York City. Luis Toapanta wants to move back to Ecuador to be with his two children, his wife and his parents. Unfortunately, if he were to leave New York, Luis will no longer afford to send his children to school. He says that no matter how much he […]

A windy winter afternoon in Coney Island

A few photos from a brutally windy Saturday in Coney Island, Brooklyn.

Film Photography in the Digital Age

Film photography might seem like an anachronism these days. It would seem like most fans of traditional analogue photography would have given up after Kodachrome, a legendary film that has been around since 1936, was canceled.  Kodachrome was one of the most significant mass market color films that recorded some of the last century’s most […]


細江英公 インタビュー Hosoe Eikoh Interview

Translated From Japanese by Vincent TrivettThis interview with Mr Eikoh appears in the January, 2010 issue of Koe MagazineHosoe Eikoh (1933), one of Japan’s most recognized photographers, works tirelessly to support photography appreciation in the general public, especially among youth. He has been the director of the Kiyosato Museum of Photographic Arts since its opening […]

横山剣インタビュー Yokoyama Ken Interview

From the Yokohama Seasider Magazine, December 2009.  Text and photos by Vincent Trivett f It’s hard to live in Yokohama for very long without hearing about Yokoyama Ken and the Crazy Ken Band. When I got to see him live and speak with him myself (no small thanks to our friend Chibow for that) I […]

We are Accidents

Published in Koe Magazine, July 2009.