Even three years after he passed away, Apple cofounder Steve Jobs remains one of the most talked-about figures in technology and Silicon Valley.

This week, photojounalist Doug Menuez is releasing several collections of photographs and anecdotes from his most recent book, Fearless Genius. These images chronicle a three-year period in the late 1980s, when Jobs granted him access to Apple. The book also includes stories of other Silicon Valley figures and companies between 1985 and 2000.

Menuez is publishing his collections on Storehouse, a digital publishing platform centered around visuals (think Medium for photos), which was founded by Mark Kawano, a former lead designer at Apple, and Timothy Donnelly. Perhaps it’s the perfect venue for Menuez to share his work.

Take a look at the first four collections Menuez has put out: Fearless Genius, Steve Jobs, The rise and fall of a start-up, and Hands that changed the world.