the kitsune news
Not only do I love this kitsune mask that was given to me for Christmas, but I’ve also recently been interviewed by the fabulous folks at Petals and Bones (who are kind enough to refer to me as “a literary virtuoso and photographic heart throb”). They also claim that I have “an almost conjoined, marsupial-like relationship with [my] camera,” which helps to explain not only why a couple of my photographs appear in the first issue of the Petals and Bones zine — based around the theme of ‘movement’ — but also why my cameras smell a little bit funny if you sniff them at close range.
And speaking of photographs, if you’re out and about and wandering by a magazine stand, be sure to check out the latest issue of National Geographic Traveler, which has a photograph of Tokyo’s Meiji-jingu in it that was taken by me.
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