Head to his website and your photo viewing options include gypsies, crack, dope, and gangs, as well as some brutally honest portrayals of his native war-torn Yugoslavia. Here lies the essence of photographer Boogie‘s work, and his first book It’s All Good attempts to document these things without judging them. Whether its portraits of gangs in Queensbridge or gypsy children in Belgrade, Serbia, Boogie gives the viewer a look at a no-nonsense reality.

Limited editions of It’s All Good will be available from powerHouse books. A special 100 copies with come in a soft leather, zippered slipcase designed b Shellac, and a signed 7 x 10 silver-gelatin print. These editions are for sale at $300 (US). For info on how to order, go to powerHouse Books.