While we were both reviewers at the recent Filter Photo Festival in Chicago, I had the opportunity to sit down with photographer David J. Carol and talk about his newly formed Peanut Press Books. Having known Carol as a street photographer who had studied under Lisette Model, we had a chance to talk about this new venture into publishing with Ashly Stohl and their first book, “Charth Vader,” along with a look back at his past travels, his own published work and the night we almost met at the opening of Richard Avedon’s “In The American West” exhibition in 1984 at the Amon Carter Museum in Fort Worth, Texas.
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