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by on Jul.31, 2009, under photography posts

32283038I am honored to be selected for the STUDIO VOICE special issue “JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHERS 100″. This special 216 page book features 100 Japanese photographers with their works and contact information.  My photography is found on page 58/59.
1800 yen
INFAS Publications

STUDIO VOICEが、独自の視点で日本の写真家100人をピックアップした『日本の写真家100人 JAPANESE PHOTOGRAPHERS 100』にこのたび選出されました。写真家100人の作品とコンタクトを216ページのボリュームで紹介しています。
発行 / INFASパブリケーションズ

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The Green Man

by on May.15, 2009, under photography posts

Nimes_GreenManWhile in Nimes, France I was delighted to have found this Green Man on the facade of a building there, my first time to have such a meeting.  Within my MINDSCPES gallery is an image of the Green Man that I created.  This particular image I built a small set, did the make-up on the model, and shot on 6×7 film.  The image has no photoshop effects.  In keeping with the liveliness of the Green Man I used as much real leaves, vines, and ferns as I could collected from a nearby forest area.This site has a nice collection of Green Man info:

“This is what I believe, that I am I.  That my soul is a dark forest.  That my known self will never be more then a little clearing in the forest.  That gods, strange gods, come forth from the forest into the clearing of my known self, and then go back.  That I must have the courage to let them come and go.  That I will never let mankind put anything over me, but that I will try always to recognize and submit to the gods in me and the gods in other men and women.  There is my creed.”   -D.H. Lawrence

Jack in the green am I and master have I none and whilst there are trees upon this land the woods shall be my home. To the seasons kings I bow my head as they do bow to me for my faces are as many as the leaves upon a tree

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2009 L’Expérience Japonaise. Nimes, France.

by on May.14, 2009, under photography posts


March 2009 my photography was exhibited in Nimes, France during the L’Expérience Japonaise to which I was a guest artist.  Here is an image of my work being projected onto the Maison Carree. 

The Maison Carree was built around 20 BC by Marcus Vipsanius Agrippa:





























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