About the Book
The Serif & Silver Compendium is a collection of the past years work within printed the printed medium. It contains all four issues of Serif & Silver, Polaroids: Instant Photographic Prints 2010-2015, Artifacts: Past, Present, and the American Roadtrip, Unchanged: The Moral Order of Negative Space, and finally Sobremesa: On Translating Photographs. In addition new photographs have been included.
This is an open edition and is not signed/numbered.
Serif & Silver was a quarterly film photography journal produced and published by Nate Matos. Each issue was introduced with a short essay of thoughts on art, film photography, and the ideals that photographers hold close. This essay translates to the overarching theme and supports the photographs inside. A total of four issues were be released, each coming out quarterly beginning in June of 2015.
Nate Matos is a 28 year old film photographer from Portland, OR. Raised in the Pacific Northwest, his unique style of capturing images has garnered attention from around the globe. Featured in galleries, collections, zines and through interactive media, the photographs taken by Nate Matos represent a progressive path within modern photography. As the producer and publisher for the quarterly film photography journal Serif & Silver, Nate uses his photography and writing to bring his work and closely held ideals to a large audience through traditional print mediums. You can purchase Serif & Silver by clicking the link in the main menu. Nate is also the founder of the Pdexposures Film Photography Network of podcasts, video reviews and resources for aspiring film photographers. Pdexposures has a community of over 10,000 followers, fans, and listeners to its four currently running podcasts.