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Process 030 ☼ Launching My Photo Book "Notice"
The Preorder Is here!
Ready. Set. Go! Our “Notice” preorder is now LIVE!
“Notice” is now available for purchase. Our preorder runs from today until April 27th and during that time different bonus items can be unlocked. For example, if we hit 500 preorders by April 27th every order receives a bonus set of 4 Notice postcards.
This run of the book is limited to 1,000 copies of the standard edition and 50 copies of the special edition. There is also a 30-copy limited edition signed print of one of my favorite photos from the book.
During the preorder window the standard edition of Notice is priced at €59/$69 (+ shipping), which is €10 off the normal price of €69/$79 (+ shipping).
If you’re a student you can use the discount code “noticeforstudents” at checkout to receive an additional 10 euros off and buy the book for €49/$59 (+ shipping). This is an honor system discount code and we’re not asking for any proof of student status.
All preordered copies of “Notice” come with a free limited edition “Behind the Scenes” journal documenting the process of making the book.
How To Help Spread The Word
We’d love your help spreading the word about the “Notice” preorder. If the spirit moves you please let your friends and fellow photography lovers know about it.
We have built a little website with pictures and text that are easy to share on social media and any help is very much appreciated.
If you’d like more assets to share, please let me know and we can create them for you.
If you have any connections to press, podcasts, feature accounts, etc. and want to put them in touch with me to help promote the book please email me at email@example.com
The Story Behind “Notice”
After two years of continuous travel between the great urban centers of New York City, Tokyo, Berlin, Buenos Aires, and other cities, the world ground to a halt.
By virtue of this most random timing, I found myself stuck in a place I had never been before. A small but beautiful suburban neighborhood of Vancouver was to be my home for the first 5 months of the pandemic.
Everything that was my “normal” suddenly changed to its opposite. Instead of traveling the globe, I was contained to one neighborhood. Instead of meeting and photographing random people all day long, I’d walk for hours without seeing more than a handful of humans. Instead of my busy client work schedule, my inbox was quiet and days blended together.
So, I started walking.
Every day, a few hours, camera in hand. It became my meditative practice and helped me ground myself in a world where everything suddenly seemed uncertain.
I walked around my small neighborhood for 123 consecutive days. I practiced slowing down and paying attention so I could see better. Suddenly my world, which initially felt so small, was revealed to be a massive universe with tiny stories everywhere.
What a journey it has been. I’m so thankful that you’ve been along for the ride and it’s only the beginning. Much more to come.
Thank you for all your support. It means the world. I cannot wait to see this book out in the world, on your coffee table, in your hands, and inspiring you to keep shooting and noticing all the beauty that is around us.
Take good care of yourselves and others.
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