"Part memoir, part philosophical reflection, part insider tell-all, this entertaining collection of interviews and reminiscences provides a fresh look on the sublime absurdity of the photo world. Irreverent and unpretentious, Landry offers a unique window on the people and things that make photography what it is, offering unexpected answers to timeless questions."

~ Phillip Prodger, Curator of Photography, Peabody Essex Museum

"Jason Landry deftly describes the photographic journey from the inside out with his perceptive, humorous, and poignant essays on the people, events, and photographs that have shaped his life. His astute observations and reflections are at once meaningful and insightful and will shed a new light on what the world looks like to someone who lives a true photographic career."

~ Aline Smithson, editor, LENSCRATCH

"Jason Landry's writing is irreverent, witty and as sharp as his eye for good photography. Hilarious rants of an art dealer trotting the globe in search of the remarkable and reveling in the mundane."

~ Jim Casper, editor, LensCulture