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Tag Archives: photography
Starting an adventure tomorrow that will last the next three weeks. I’m keeping the location a surprise until I arrive. I’m aiming for daily updates. The owl will not be joining me on the trip but I find his stare … Continue reading
This view greets me overtime I return to Onishi. The weather may change but the green and the water are always welcoming. Onishi, Gunma has a great art residency program with Shiro Oni Studio. The studio and the town are … Continue reading
The Snowfences series was exhibited at The Neighbourhood and Coffee Starbucks Okusawa near Jiyugaoka Station in Tokyo for the month of July. This series had 13 photos ranging from A2 to A5 in size. They were printed on inkjet washi … Continue reading
It’s been a productive time behind the scenes and now the fun stuff! I have three exhibitions coming up in the next couple weeks. Two are group exhibitions and the other is my first SOLO show! I’ll be posting more … Continue reading
Today Yuko Kamei shares her insights about the Tokyo Art Book Fair 2016 and working with Art Byte Critique group. This is the second in a series of interview with the ABC artists who participated in the TABF 2016. Yuko studied … Continue reading
This week’s photo challenge is harmony. I loved the sheet music image for the challenge post. Fascinating way to see someone’s creative thought. I can play piano but I’m not really a musician so I was glad to see the … Continue reading
It’s an unassuming little bridge connecting Kanagawa-Ken to southwestern Tokyo spanning the Tamagawa but Marukobashi has nice arches, a wide pedestrian walkway and some nice lighting. The fact that the sky is relatively open compared to the rest of Tokyo … Continue reading
It’s been a crazy last couple of weeks. The Tokyo Art Book Fair is finished, the Kanna Art Festival is over, just finished a week and a half of a short-term job, photographed the supermoon in Chiba on Sunday and … Continue reading
After sitting in a drawer for a year, I finally built the paper-pinhole camera I bought at The MoMA Design Store in Omotesando. The camera is made from thick cardstock and comes with double sided tape instead of glue. The … Continue reading
It’s been a busy and great art time for me. I’m showing work at two locations. The Tokyo Art Book Fair and the Kanna Art Festival in Onishi Gunma. The TABF 2015 has been a lot of fun. I’m at … Continue reading