Archive for the ‘photography’ Category

A selection of my favorite photographs from the 2016 cherry blossom season. Most of these photographs were taken in Toyonaka, which is in the northern part of Osaka Prefecture, but a few of the mistier ones were taken on Yoshino Mountain in Nara, on a beautiful rainy day in spring. Photo data, from the top: […]


Several of my photos were recently on display at the Petaluma Mail Depot as part of the Petaluma Postcard Project, an art project that attempts to, according to the press release, encourage Petalumans “to become pocket-sized art collectors with a series of limited-edition postcards featuring the work of local artists.” While I haven’t actually lived […]


diurnal

02Mar16

Three complimentary copies of Jane Joritz-Nakagawa’s new book of poetry, Diurnal, arrived in my mailbox the other day. The handsome chapbook is published by Grey Book Press and comes in three colors (I’m keeping the silver one). You can get your own copy directly from the Grey Book website. There are twenty-four numbered poems, each […]


self matsuri

21Feb16

Last year, on September 22nd, I finally got around to visiting Osaka’s Self Matsuri (or ‘Self Festival’ — セルフ祭 in Japanese), a DIY street festival held in the Shinsekai neighborhood that I’ve wanted to attend ever since it was first organized several years ago. The festival primarily takes place in a branch of the Shinsekai […]


top ten

02Feb16

These are the ten most viewed photos from my Flickr page. For whatever reason, these shots have gleaned a hugely disproportionate amount of views compared to everything else I’ve thrown up since I started posting photos on Flickr. Counting down from one to ten, here’s what’s spread out on the sampler plate: 1) When I […]


It’s been a long time since I’ve taken any photos with my Ricoh GRD2, but today I decided to take it with me on a trip to Rurikei Onsen, where my friends and I went to spend an afternoon soaking in the hot springs. Before hitting the baths, however, we decided to take a short […]


Actually, these were all shot in the spring of 2013.  All shots were taken using a Holga CFN 120 loaded with LOMO 400 medium format film.