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As a co-founder of Provoke magazine in the late 60s, legendary street photographer Daido Moriyama helped launch a movement that challenged the esthetic and social conventions of Japanese photography. Moriyama has published dozens of collections of his work over his five-decade career. The following … Continue reading

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Any camera….

“Any camera is fine. It is only the means for taking a photo.” -Daido Moriyama

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Always Moving

I’m never content. Always moving. I’ve noticed my son is this way too. Being on the street is  search for meaning. I dove into the wreck of this humanity. I’ve become an unwitting existentialist. Sometimes I get close to whatever … Continue reading

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