My goal is to share the beauty in everyday life wherever it is found through my photography. I hope you enjoy my images!
Images we see from the city of Tokyo are often about the large, loud, neon filled streets of neighborhoods like Shibuya Crossing or the manga district of Akihabara. What many visitors often miss are the
The famous Tokyo fish market where fisherman would actually auction off their daily catch has been moved from the location it had been for decades. While you have to venture further afield to have that
Tokyo can sometimes be overwhelming. Kyoto, on the other hand, has a much slower and more welcoming pace. It’s very easy to adopt a zen mindset as you visit the various shrines around the city.
The streets of Kyoto are filled with uniform-wearing school girls. Walking in groups, after school, laughing, talking. I’ve discovered that another way to capture great street photography images is from a cab. I spied these
Many things are a matter of precision in Japan. The bullet trains running on time is one of them. And to keep them running on time, precision cleaning crews that await each arrival at Tokyo
I love practicing my street photography from the window of a cab. Being inside of a car gives a bit of anonymous separation from photo subjects that you don’t get otherwise, allowing you to capture
Hawaii is an incredibly special place, and my family and I have been fortunate enough to be able to travel to several of the islands over the years. Hawaii has no shortage of rainbows. It
One thing I love about street photography is being able to capture images like this – an escalator rider against an unexpected holiday backdrop. I always have my eye out for interesting images – colors,