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Steve Inskeep (NPR)

Website design for Steve Inskeep, host of NPR’s morning edition and author of Jacksonland. The site includes a section where users can submit their own pictures to illustrate the Jacksonland story.

Gabriel Tallent

Website design and illustration for author Gabriel Tallent and his novel My Absolute Darling. The site features various image feeds where Gabriel shares his photography with his readers and followers.

Fernanda Eberstadt

I have worked with Fernanda Eberstadt for almost 10 years, and this is the second version of her website we designed together. This new version features a greatly expanded and evolving archive of Fernanda’s life and work. “The year I was sixteen, I worked at Andy Warhol’s Factory, writing pieces for “Interview” and answering the…

Author website design for Elisabeth Elo
Elisabeth Elo

Author website design for Elisabeth Elo and her book North of Boston.

Robert Karjel

Website and online branding  for Robert Karjel, Somali Pirate hunter, maker of fine desserts and author of The Swede.

Peter Nichols, author photo © Adrian Kinloch
Portrait Photography

I have over 20 years of experience in portrait photography, working with authors, musicians, activists, artists, performers and blast-barge engineers. You can see my full photo portfolio here.

Peter Nichols, author photo © Adrian Kinloch
Peter Nichols author photo (Riverhead)

Author photo for Peter Nichols and his book The Rocks.

Simon Rich author photo © Adrian Kinloch
Author photo for Simon Rich

Portrait photography for SNL writer and author of Ant Farm.

Author Portrait for Daniel Alarcón

Daniel Alarcón and I chose a quiet part of Central Park to shoot a portrait for his book At Night We Walk in Circles for Riverhead.  The images have been used around the world on various editions of his book. Photo © Adrian Kinloch all rights reserved.   You can see my full photography portfolio…

Occupy Wall St

I covered much of the Occupy Wall Street actions for AFP/Citizenside including the occupation of Brooklyn Bridge and Duarte Park. The image above is in the City of the Museum of New York’s Occupy Wall Street collection. You can see my full photography portfolio here.

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