As any photographer knows, it takes time and patience to curate a substantial and refined body of work. The process can take months, often years.
And, sometimes I just need to make a book.
After travelling to both China and Japan within a year, I was struck by vast differences in the culture and aesthetics of these two neighbouring countries. Differences that experience can only begin to understand.
Japanese Sensibilities provides a snapshot of my observations while travelling in Japan. It focuses on texture and tactility, while also revealing a cultural colour palette, and a distinctly Japanese was of composing place and space.
The Japanese culture is revealed as humble, and even the smallest inconsequential object is carefully considered.
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ebb+ (The Prints) Published January 17, 2016
41 Shots Published October 19, 2015
Baggage Claim Published September 21, 2015
Scissors Published September 20, 2015
2nd's Published September 19, 2015
Field Notes Published September 19, 2015
The David Hockney of Books Published September 18, 2015
PRESS PRINT Published August 13, 2015