For one month, I lived on a small island in Japan’s Seto Inland Sea in an effort to learn about the people’s history, and more specifically, their connection with the natural environment. The local population of around 100 individuals —
Harvest is a two-channel public video installation, exploring the sources of our food from within the urban setting. Video footage was shot on location in South Korea and Scotland.
ABOUT THE SERIES It’s funny that we call ourselves ‘man’ and all other living things ‘nature.’ It is as if we no longer consider ourselves a part of nature. Indeed today, we are not, and although the struggle between ‘human’ and
ABOUT THE SERIES Image Notes Each time I visit South Korea, the omnipresent rows of repetitive residential towers are a design feature that always feels hugely out of place in the context of the Korean society I see on the vibrant streets
ABOUT THE SERIES These photos are from various shoots over the last few years — commercial, editorial, personal — involving people. A year or so ago, I chose to forgo studio and flash lighting and now work exclusively with natural
ABOUT THE SERIES Desolate, eerie, serene, this series explores the streets of major cities throughout the world in the early hours of the morning. The photographs are a result of my tendency for insomnia and jet-lag while traveling, and allow
ABOUT THE SERIES Observing details in everyday — and not so everyday — urban, city, or village elements. This series features images from as close as my workshop, and as far away as other places.
ABOUT THE SERIES Cityscapes from around the world, none of them planned ahead, some are spur of the moment, some involved waiting lengths of time for what would happen. There is no formula except the anti-formula: feel and go. This
ABOUT THE SERIES Green is a painterly photographic experiment and a ‘feeling’ study of plant life in urban spaces around the world. The frames in the current series are from Fukoka, Dazaifu, Miyajima, and Tokyo (Japan), Berlin and Frankfurt (Germany),