Made In Tokyo

"It is possible to loose oneself in a sea of people. However, with the right pair of eyes, the unique individuals that make up a metropolis like Tokyo stand out."

My first job after graduating from university was teaching English in Japan starting in the Fall of 1998. With a one year working visa, I moved to Tokyo.

On my days off work, I walked the streets of Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Harajuku with my Olympus point-and-shoot camera and took pictures of everything that caught my eye.

Although I did not know it at the time, this would mark the first of many photo essays I would shoot and the beginning of my lifelong journey in photography.

Shibuya Crossing

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Salaryman

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Rainy Day, Go Away

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Dance Dance Revolution

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Pachiko

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