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BREAKER Japan Feature

Online Japanophile magazine BREAKER recently ran a feature on my haikyo photography work. It was great fun chatting with BREAKER, and I was more than happy to have this feature published. Check it out here!

Koenji Awa Odori 2018

Last weekend Koenji in Tokyo played host to the Awa Odori matsuri, a two day traditional Japanese dance festival that originated in Tokushima in Shikoku over 400 years ago. The event sees thousands of dancers […]

Japan Travel Photography: Shizuoka

I am lucky enough to have monthly assignments with a Tokyo based client that works closely with some of Japan’s biggest inbound tourism and travel companies. This means I often get the opportunity to travel […]

Japan Travel Photography: Niigata

I am lucky enough to have monthly assignments with a Tokyo based client that works closely with some of Japan’s biggest inbound tourism and travel companies. This means I often get the opportunity to travel […]

Sanja Matsuri 2018

Sanja Matsuri 2018 This past weekend saw the annual Sanja Matsuri, one of Tokyo’s biggest festivals with a long history stretching back over 700 years. The event takes place in and around the Asakusa district […]

TUM

A quick photoshoot with Tokyo based DJ, Tum. This is another place I’d had my eye on as a potential shoot location for some time, it is (was) a vacated block of apartments covered in […]

Japan Travel Photography: Kyoto

I am lucky enough to have monthly assignments with a Tokyo based client that works closely with some of Japan’s biggest inbound tourism and travel companies. This means I often get the opportunity to travel […]

Tokyo Weekender Feature: Sensei

Tokyo Weekender Feature: Sensei I recently had my Sensei project featured in the Tokyo Weekender magazine, all photos are by me and the words by Alec Jordan. If you didn’t manage to pick up a […]

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