David J. Carol

Jun 21, 2017

No Plan B

Peanut Press 2017

No Plan B by David J. Carol was published by Peanut Press Books in 2017. The book is a retrospective of David's work with 32 black and white images and an afterward by photojournalist Jason Eskenazi.

No Plan B is a David's fifth book and is a culmination of images from David's road trips from the Arctic Ocean to post-Soviet Russia, from the Mojave Desert to the streets of Istanbul taken between 1993 and 2016.

David was born in New York City, and attended the School of Visual Arts and The New School for Social Research, where he studied under Lisette Model. He was the first assignment photographer for The Image Bank photo agency (now part of Getty Images) at the age of 26. David has traveled the world taking pictures for himself and others for over thirty years.

David is a photographer first and foremost, he has most recently worked daily in the real world of commercial photography as the Director of Photography at Outfront Media (formerly CBS Outdoor). Currently he is Editor-in-Chief at Peanut Press Books, a new imprint that publishes high quality photography books. He is a contributing writer for Rangefinder Magazine and Photo District News, is a judge for the prestigious PDN Photo Annual, and reviews the work of developing photographers at Palm Springs Photo Festival, ASMP Fine Art, APA, Filter Photo Festival and at Savannah College of Art and Design. In his work as a curator, he has shaped shows at The Center for Fine Art Photography in Colorado, Darkroom Gallery in Vermont, and Lightbox Gallery in Oregon. He also serves on the Board of Advisers for the Center for Alternative Photography: Penumbra Foundation.

No Plan B is available in two bindings; the black trade edition, and a white limited edition, which includes a gelatin silver print signed and numbered by the artist. No Plan B is available for sale online at Peanut Press.

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