|Blurbarian Since||February 2013|
|My Web Site||www.junkunishimura.com|
|My Bio||Born in a small coal-mine village in 1967,in Yamaguchi prefecture, western Japan, where he lived until 18. Entered college in kyoto and he studied Latin American affairs. After college performed as a club DJ, worked as a construction worker and he got a job with a cement manufacturer, worked tunnel construction sites across the country as a concrete expert. And he got a Leica and he began photographing the places he worked. After 18 years working, he quit his job and photographed countries and regions wandering around the world. He now works as a freelance photographer based in Nagoya and Yamaguchi.|
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My country changed so rapidly over the past few decades, and I am not going along with it.
Although streams in my village have been transformed into U-shaped gutters by an agricultural policy, I see more abandoned rice fields every year.
As I go to the downtown, it has become one of those colorless, boring towns which are designed by officials.
My confusion (and some sort of anger) toward such changes is probably urging me to take pictures of my childhood imagery.