Melbourne Taipei Kyoto

BIG ANNOUNCEMENT

I’ll be going to Melbourne Australia (16th Feb to 3rd Mar) and then Taipei Taiwan (5th to 11th Mar), then to Kyoto until May or June. I’ll be available to do travel portraits if you’re in either city, and of course I’ll be happy to do commercial work.

This photo is from my film era, way back in 2002 to 2005 when I lived in Taiwan. It was taken on 35mm film with my old Minolta film camera. I can’t wait to go back and get new photos taken with upgraded… skills. 😄 Any suggestions on where I should go? What I should see and do?

CKS Memorial Hall, Taipei Taiwan. File photo circa 2002, taken on 35mm film.

Please support us: 2019 Calendars & shirts

I work hard to show you the world, to show you things you haven’t seen before, and to take you places you’ve never been. I hope you appreciate what I do for you. Please support me by getting a calendar or shirts. All support is deeply appreciated.

The 2019 Inside Japan calendar
The 2019 Inside Japan calendar
Long sleeve snowboarding t-shirt
Long sleeve snowboarding t-shirt

Happy New Year

Sunset scenes of Himakajima Island in Ise Bay of Aichi prefecture.

Happy New Year to everyone. I wish the best for all of you. Make a promise to a very special person, and keep that promise. It means so much for them if you keep that promise.
Do you have any special plans for this year? Any special places you wish to go? Anything on your bucket list you wish to accomplish?

Portfolio for November 2018

This is the first draft of this portfolio. It looks good, but there will be some tweaks to the update. I will be very happy to send the full completed portfolio to clients who are considering employing my services for commercial or editorial work with a return address label included. Please contact me if you and your company are interested.

Scheduled Maintenance 21st Nov

Maintenance on our servers is scheduled for 21st Nov, from 9am to about 3pm Swiss time (about 5pm to 11pm Tokyo time). All websites will be offline for this time. The return to normal service will depend on how well work can be done, and if they can put us back online sooner, they will. We apologise for the interruption, but assure you it means that service we provide will have ensured reliability and longevity.

Why in Swiss time? The servers are in Switzerland, and maintained by a company on our behalf. We chose Switzerland because they have very strong data protection and privacy protection laws, which benefits you and your users.

If you have any questions, please contact us.