Long-form writing, concept, editing. I initialised, edited and contributed to this book of short stories about tattoos, and the reasons we get them. The idea was prompted by my own visit to a tattoo artist.
Long-form writing. I've lost count of the number of essays I've contributed to photography books, newspapers, and exhibition brochures. Above, a book collecting examples of a disturbing trend in vernacular photography: people erasing faces from family photos. I wrote the intro.
Long-form writing, editing. A business book about the history and marketing of the Hans Brinker Budget Hotel. Despite proudly claiming to be the world's worst hotel, the Hans Brinker remains tremendously successful.
Long-form writing, editing, concept. I initiated this business book about the philosophy of KesselsKramer, an ad agency I worked for. Entitled "Advertising For People Who Don't Like Advertising," the book explored how to make adverts without becoming a lying, cheating greaseball. (To be honest, this is an impossible dream. But we tried. Some of the time.) With contributions from a bunch of famous creative people, including Steven Sagmeister. The book was sold all over the world.
Long-form writing, editing. I was head editor and writer for this book gathering stories for the anniversary of KesselsKramer, a multidisciplinary creative studio and sometime ad agency.
Long form writing. I co-wrote this book gathering the more-or-less complete works of KesselsKramer, an advertising agency and my former employer.