Such a nice write up by Olga Yateskvich in Collector Daily.
The last photograph in the book is a shot of a Casco Bay area map pinned to the wall, as if Stone was looking back at the years spent on the island. For him, this book “represents a fantasy of fatherhood, endless horizons, and malleable realities”. While his seascapes aren’t necessarily original in the history of photography, his approach to unpacking and reassembling them is, and by mixing original and altered images with the code of their digital files, he has forced us to question how we perceive and think about photography. Like the rolling waves moving in and out, his pictures oscillate between imagery and symbols, never quite standing still.