Shibuya Roll Through

September 7th, 2012

Rolling through the middle of Shibuya with Hiroyuki-San and his PS13 from Team FREEE’S ☆ x

Shibuya & Shimokitazawa

July 20th, 2012

During the week I would try and venture out as much as possible. When I wasn’t shooting cars I was capturing other side of Japan. On a few occasions I met up with a friend called Ben who is from England, living in Tokyo. Chilling out around Shibuya during peak hour was definitely something to take in. Soon after, we rode about 15 minutes to a place called Shimokitazawa. This particular area in Tokyo is by far a personal favourite. Boasting its second hand thrifted stores and mouth watering yakitori bars it was the perfect spot to spend a Spring afternoon. After a few drinks and a couple of sake’s we made our way down the one way streets to a Shisha Bar ran by Taiga-San, cool name huh? This place was so relaxing, apart from the fact your head would start spinning after a few minutes. He serves drinks along with a ¥800 shisha with a countless number of different smoke from his tiny water pipes with flavours to choose from. Without a doubt will be back to see Taiga-San when I’m back in Tokyo x

July 20th, 2011

During my time in Shinsaibashi, Osaka we came across some amazing cars along the main road through the city. Here is a shot of a BMW M6 Coupe convertible with a lady crossing the road starring at it. It was lowered on some huge black wheels and had an unbelievably good note to it. This photo says quite a bit for me, as a matter in fact it reminds me of a car advert, a lady starring into the eyes of a new, aggressive BMW wondering what it’d be like to own one, except the quality would sure be a lot better on an ad that’s for sure.

May 18th, 2011

I’ve always been into my urban photography, starting out in grade 9/10 I remember catching public transport into the city with my little SLR and shoot all day. On my last trip I captured some different styled images on the streets and through malls. No matter what this trip I tried to take at least one camera with me everywhere, one being my DSLR and one being my 35mm, at some stages they were both wrapped around my neck. For the majority of our time in Japan we were located in the heart of Osaka, Shinsaibashi, a place filled with an unbelievable amount of people, amazing clothing stores and exquisite dining. I honestly couldn’t tell you how many times we walked up and down the Shinsaibashi mall to get to the Dotonbori bridge but it was a LOT. I was so hooked on the shops they had running down the mall, for instance this one ‘PARK’. The design of the shops are just awesome, it was even giving me ideas for my house one day.

November 16th, 2010

November 16th, 2010