So, in the fall of 2015, I was commissioned to photograph a colleague of mine, Jamin Warren (founder of Killscreen and host of the PBS Gameshow), for one of my favorite print mags - Offscreen. If you're not familiar, Offscreen is a print-only publication that focuses on and documents internet and technology entrepreneurs, designers and other creatives. So glad to finally be able to talk about it! 

one of my photos of Jamin for Offscreen.

I highly recommend grabbing a copy - not just because my work is in this issue. The folks offscreen highlights are interesting, talented and typically would go unnoticed otherwise. I love the culture that creator Kai Brach has developed around the magazine. He has a blog where he's super transparent about the ins and outs of publishing Offscreen, touching on such topics as how he makes and spends his money, and problems with diversity among the people he features. It's also a great testament to what can be done with an extremely small team, he basically puts the magazine together by himself, with the help of contributors, of course. It's also really nicely designed.

All in all, it's a really great opportunity for me, and I'm definitely motivated to get my work into more of my favorite magazines - I've started on a kill list of mags I'd like to shoot for. Gotta dream big. 

Happy 2016!