A column by Andrew Kaufman of Miami about Muhammad Ali, the greatest boxer of all time.Read More
ALI/MIA portfolio at the Historic Hampton HouseRead More
Yes, that’s right a portfolio of Muhammad Ali photographs, 20 in all hand printed in the darkroom. This portfolio is offered in an edition of 1.
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Go into the darkroom with Image Maker Andrew Kaufman as he creates a one of a kind hand made photographic portfolio of Muhammad Ali.Read More
How did these one-of-a-kind, hand made black & white photographs of Muhammad Ali get on this wall at the Colony Theater for the drama, One Night In Miami? Let me tell you a story, the sheer coincidence and luck is pure kismet. Maybe, it was The Champ using divine intervention?Read More
It's always great to sit back and peel the layers away about this project that took more than 10 years to tell this mega story. So, sit back and listen up.Read More
I was super humbled and excited to be asked to join Mitchell Kaplan of Books and Books as Focus on South Florida previews the Miami Book Fair's 33rd iteration.Read More
The Isthmus... Sit back and enjoy this audio book review from Daniel Milnor of Shifter Media. Thanks!Read More
It was June 26th, 2016. The time was almost 5 AM. I got on the bus to go to Agua Clara and watch the first Neo Max ship transit the newly expanded Panama Canal. It was still dark and so early. I just loaded myself onto the bus and tried to get some rest, it was going to be a long day. Pleasantries were exchanged all around. After the journey on the autopista to Colon, I started readying myself. I made sure there was film in all of my cameras.Read More
It's finally here. After more than a decade of hard work, I am finally finished with the biggest most intense project of my career.
I had no idea what I was getting myself into in 2004 on my first visit to Panama. I spent a month traveling and experiencing Panama. It was an enigma to me.Read More
Just off Avenida Central is a host of casinos, cantinas and social clubs. The daylight was pouring into this pool hall.Read More
The subject of the photograph wasn't dead, I asked. Some bus drivers wanted me to make a photograph of their Diablo Rojo. I wandered over to see if the guy really was alive.Read More
This mural is gone now, painted over. It's an effigy of an Indian tribe off the Caribbean coast of Panama now known as the Guna Yala. At the time the name was Kuna. Their traditional dress and customs make their look distinctive.Read More
In June it's a good time for Coco Frio en San Felipe. It costs a quarter and are sold all over at most Chinito's.Read More
Turbo Cosio is one bad mutha. 24-4-2 lifetime and ranked 67th in the world(welterweight). He works out at The Pedro Rokero Gimnasio.Read More
If it swims in the ocean and can be caught it usually ends up for sale here at the market. I've seen, Lobster, Corvina, Tuna, Razor Clams, Octopus, Shark, Snapper, Dolphin(Mahi Mahi), Clams, Wahoo, Cobia and plenty of other ocean going species. It's the ultimate!Read More
Albert works out at The Pedro Rokero Gimnasio. His workout ethic is unrivaled. Going and going until sheer exhaustion. Getting doused with water constantly to cool off. The fight is in just a few days, first with a speed bag then the jump rope.Read More
Chorillo is covered in murals, some are advertisements for brands or politicians others are artistic endeavors. Most have been severely weathered. Remnants.Read More
Franklin has a way of teaching soft but firm. He nods his head points his eyes. Boxing is a sport of many a nuance. Just remember that The Rokero Gimnasio is hot, there is no A/C. It has a special scent of sweat and spit that I guess only a boxer can understand.Read More
Panama is a predominately Catholic nation. There are churches every where. Chorillo is no exception. The San Felipe Neri Church in Panama was inaugurated in 1688. It is one of Panama City's oldest churches.Read More