In 2007, I published a book of street photography taken exclusively with a Motorola Razr cell phone camera in an effort to explore both the advantages and limitations of using this "new" medium (reminder: Instagram didn't make an appearance until October 2010). Over the course of a 91-day period, I made a minimum of one photograph per day. I then made the editing process an interactive team effort by inviting my peers to participate in grouping the images via social media. The end result was a 222 page fine art book. Each "chapter" begins with an arrangement of thumbnails from that particular collection and a haiku. Locations, dates, and times pertaining to each individual photograph are listed in an index at the back of the book. For those interested, copies are available for purchase here.