It’s a curious thing about Tokyo, that alongside all the mod-cons imaginable, and then some, are traditional everyday goods that are quite often handmade and at first glance, appear to be humble and perhaps even primitive. Brooms are a clear example of this.Read More
“Always seeing something, never seeing nothing, being photographer”
― Walter De Mulder
I noticed this lonely sneaker hanging around since the end of summer. Suspended by its lace from barbed wire on a pedestrian bridge over a busy A road, it’s precariously close to plummeting onto the passing traffic below.Read More
Instead of cleaning up the emulsion paint that my 3yr old boy squeezed onto some card that I’d been using as a background for photos, I just stared at it through my camera.Read More
Tucked down a side street in busy Covent Garden, we walked into this sight.
Prior to seeing this. I would never have guessed at how pleased the sight of peachy pink vinyl covered shop windows would make me. I would also not have guessed that I would shamelessly stand there staring before approaching to touch the air bubbles and creases that were so alluringly tactile in that moment.Read More