I'm pleased to announce that a portfolio of my personal work has been published in the February 2006 issue of the U.K. Black & White Photography magazine.
I've been writing about photography since 1988 and have published more than a hundred articles in various magazines, and hundreds more online, but this marks the first time that my photography has been published in a photography magazine simply for its own sake. (Nothing about cameras, developers, or working methods, just this once....)
The article and portfolio briefly tell the story of the highly unusual manner in which I became a single parent.
Black & White Photography, for which I also write a regular monthly column, is usually available in the U.S. in Barnes and Noble bookstores, and might also be on sale at other large bookstores or newsstands. The February '06 issue is already on sale in the U.K. and has been mailed to subscribers, but since it is published in England, U.S. outlets naturally lag behind the publication date in setting it out. However, it ought to be out on most U.S. store shelves sometime in the next few days.
Subscriptions are also available through Amazon.
I'm very pleased with how the piece worked out and hope you'll have a look!
Posted by: MIKE JOHNSTON