I’m incredibly excited to finally be announcing the release of my latest project–Lost, But Looking.

I’ve been putting together the various pieces of this project for more than a year now. Needless to say, it’s been a long, but fulfilling journey to this point. The countless hours shooting, editing, organizing and designing has been challenging, but undoubtedly worth every second now that the project is completed.

Lost, But Looking is a culmination of the exhilarating experience of traveling across Southeast Asia for 5 months, both the jaunting dualism of the land, rambunctious clusters of urban jungles surrounded by rich tropical jungle, as well as the vibrant cultures of the people that inhabit these lands.

You can read more about the magazine here.

The key piece of art from this collection is the LBL magazine, being showcased here in the video, but there are numerous other prints that will be released along with the magazine that are part of the series but didn’t make it into the magazine itself.

Although the world is strange place at the moment, hopefully there will be an opportunity at some point this year to have my exhibition show that I was originally planning for. Until then, I’ll have to settle for this digital release and showcase.

To celebrate this release, I decided to put together a free giveaway! I’m going to give out 5 free copies of my magazine selected completely by random and shipped anywhere in the world. All you have to do is follow the simple steps below to help me out by sharing this project with your friends and family.

What do you get?

– 25% discount code for my whole store
(emailed to ALL who following my newsletter)
– 5 free magazines, shipping included, chosen at random

The winners will be announced Thursday, May 21st at 12pm PST via my newsletter, so you must subscribe to find out who will win! If you want to unsubscribe after, you’ll be free to of course. Also, I will be double-checking all winners to make sure each step is followed.

If you have any questions or concerns, feel free to reach out so that I can help.

I truly appreciate your support and excited to hear what you all think about this new endeavour. Any and all feedback is welcome!