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Michael Mack

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Global publisher of award-winning books on art, photography and critical studies.

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Episode 03: Michael Mack is the owner of MACK, a publisher of award-winning books on art and photography.

I met with Michael at his London offices in September of 2019. He was one of the first Nearest Truth interviews. I was able to ask him about his background in detail including his work at Steidl before founding his own imprint.

We discuss the book form and its markets and how the field of publishing is changing and how MACK plays a large role in its present and future. Make no mistake, Michael is at the top of the photography publishing world and his time and insight remain invaluable.

I want to thank Michael for his time. Find out more about MACK books.

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Credits

Music: Algiers, with their full permission

Michael Mack Photograph by Torbjørn Rødland
Editing: Adam Mead
Producer: Lucas Callaghan
Executive Producer: Brad Feuerhelm

All rights are reserved to Nearest Truth with permission from guests granted for use. No copies of this content is permitted without express permission from Brad Feuerhelm.

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