The new zine (photobook) from Ed Verosky. Limited copies. Get yours before they sell out! Free shipping!
Years in the making, and months to convince, Ed finally took the advice of his wife, friends, and followers and published his first ever zine. But why did it take so long?
“I’m a big fan of photobooks and monographs, and I’ve always wanted to publish my own work. But my images are very personal and I wasn’t sure if they’d resonate, especially in the form of a narrative,” Ed explains.
“I wanted this book to be more than just a collection of images. It had to be a book I’d want to look at over and over. It also had to tell more than one story, and I think I’ve managed to do that. I think it can mean many different things, to different people. I’m very happy with how it turned out.”
About Ed Verosky
Film, digital, video–whatever it takes, and whatever is available–that’s Ed’s medium. Ed is certainly a craftsman, but he relies on instinct and experience to guide his artistic work. He tells the story he sees in his mind, while allowing the viewer to see something else in the images before them.
“Photography at its best is self-expression, and a kind of self-portraiture,” he says. “Distant Karma contains pieces of an imaginary world as well as some visual relics of very real personal moments.”