Photos and writings detailing Tate Hemlock's first three years working in the sleazy realm of glamour photography.
"Tate Hemlock captures all my adolescent lust and longing and presents it back to me with smiling tattooed beauties who bring up feelings of old pulp magazines. His photos take me back to dangerous liaisons in far away dance clubs and drunken parties of my youth. Those knowing smiles and innocent settings. It's wicked and sweet and tastes like candy."
Darick Robertson, Comic Artist (Transmetropolitan, The Boys)
"Tate's work is possessed of a deceptive and peculiar seriousness. Glimpses of deeper art populate a landscape of apparently shallow flesh export, and it's this contradiction and temptation that keeps attention. This book is about the emergence of a photographer taking an oblique journey to his own fulfillment. Funny, weird, in snapshots micro-panoramic, Tate's pictures have no conceits."
Jeremy Gluck, Musician/Songwriter
Warning: This book contains nudity.