The Amateurs Series featuring Billy Stagner

The Amateurs Series featuring Billy Stagner

One of my plans with this blog is to throw a bit of spotlight on some passionate, amateur photographers. To start I’ve reached out to my local photography community and will begin by featuring some locals, but I do hope to expand beyond that, so if you’re...
Urban Exploration in Ximen

Urban Exploration in Ximen

For one reason or another, empty and abandoned structures in Taiwan tend to be left idle for years with little attempt at demolition or renovation. Such is the case with the old Taipei Cinema in Ximen. Closed in 1991, it sat empty but for a few squatters and first...
Rebooting and Retooling

Rebooting and Retooling

It’s been about 6 or 7 months since the last post here. Not exactly prolific, I know. But there is a reason for that. As I was recovering from injury last year I took the opportunity to place a critical eye over this blog, and assess where it was, where it had...
Things Going On – An Update

Things Going On – An Update

It’s been a while between posts so I figure it’s time for an update on various things in the world of Craig Ferguson Images. As you may know, I was out of action for a while due to a broken wrist. That’s basically healed now although it’ll be...
Chef Chen Lanshu for the Wall Street Journal

Chef Chen Lanshu for the Wall Street Journal

It’s been a long time between blogs. As I posted last time, I’ve been out of action with some broken bones and the associated recovery time. Well, almost out of action, because I did head down to central Taiwan on assignment for the Wall Street Journal to...
Out Of Action

Out Of Action

I find myself out of action for a while due to a badly broken left wrist that required surgery, and a cracked right one that didn’t. Ironically I injured them while working out – isn’t exercise meant to be good for you? Professionally it’s...
Road Testing A New Workshop

Road Testing A New Workshop

When I was in Singapore at PopUp GPP a few months back I realized that it had been a while since I’d taught a workshop of my own. As I flew back to Taipei I started having ideas for one, and continued developing it over the following weeks and months. Knowing...