I am very excited to share my photography here at Japan’s number one coffee house, STREAMER COFFEE Shibuya. While I spend time here in Japan, I love walking the old neighborhoods that appear unchanged by modern life. I have found myself photographing lots of old buildings, homes and interesting mailboxes as I explore these beautiful... Continue Reading →
This is a game ticket that I designed for the Meiji Yasuda Penta Ocean Pirates, an American football team in the Japan X-League. They requested the predominant feature on the front side to be "Go Pirates Nation", and for the back to be in grayscale with the season schedule. The QR code (square scannable code)... Continue Reading →
I am excited and thankful for the opportunity to be able to share my So Cal Coast series at Streamer Coffee-- my daily coffee stop and Japan’s award winning coffee house eight years running. 8年連続で日本のベストコーヒーショップに選ばれている、私にとって日々の憩いの場であるSteamer Coffeeにおいて、私のシリーズ作品「So Cal Coast～南カリフォルニア沿岸の風景」を皆さんにご覧頂けることを大変光栄に思います。 I'd love you to stop by and see my photos! And while you're there, treat yourself to... Continue Reading →
This is a print advertisement I created for an American football team in Tokyo, Japan. The upper left image is the final version of the ad, which appeared in an industry magazine. I presented the upper right image of three different design options (one with two versions including a small variation). We eliminated one design... Continue Reading →
California Diner in Japan. The large image on top is the final logo and sign for this restaurant. I'm also showing a 10-up sheet that I created with five potential designs, each in color and in black and white. Once we decided on a particular logo, I presented a 3-up with options for one, two... Continue Reading →
The gardens in Japan are truly special! You may have to actually walk in them to fully appreciate their beauty and serenity. Interesting textures; lush green trees, ferns, moss and bamboo; stone or rock focal elements such as stone statues, stone lanterns, rock boulders, and stone pathways. I will add to this series regularly.