Photos from a public bathhouse I discovered in central Tokyo recently. A public bathhouse with a nice surprise… (read more)
KONBINI Magazine monthly haikyo feature: This months featured story is about Taro Mine, an abandoned mine in the Tohoku region of Japan. Check it out here!
Part two of my self published project Vacanze Italiane. This zine is made up of images shot in and around the city of Rome, Italy in 2013. Details on how to buy a copy here (read more)
A couple of months ago I posted the Impossible Film x Polaroid photos I shot with trumpet player Patriq, which will ultimately become the cover art for his soon-to-be-released album Time Off. He is still putting the finishing touches to that album, no confirmed release date yet. Stay tuned.
That same day we also took some digital shots together which he will use for promotion purposes elsewhere. Here are a few of those shots, as with the Polaroid images these were all taken in and around Koenji, West Tokyo – earlier this year (red more)
Photos dating back over a hundred years that I found in the back of a cupboard at a school I used to teach in, in Tokyo. Take a look at this patchy photographic history of a Tokyo Elementary School…(read more)
KONBINI Magazine monthly haikyo feature: This months featured story is about the x-rated material I found inside an abandoned house in the middle of a bamboo grove in rural Japan. Check it out here!
Losheng Leprosy Sanatorium was built in 1929 by the Japanese during their colonization of Taiwan. The hospital has a long, dark and controversial history and it is now at the center of a debate that has been in a state of stalemate for the past decade. Until the future of this hospital is clear, it is sitting in decay, slowly falling to pieces… (read more)
London Elektricity landed in Tokyo last weekend for another top notch performance at DBS. Supporting London Elektricity on the ones and twos was Makoto (Human Elements), Tetsuji Tanaka and DJ Miyu. MC Cardz was on the mic for the entire night, holding it down and keeping the crowd hype… (read more)
Photos from two abandoned hotels I went to in Taiwan recently. One in Taipei city, the other north of the city near the coast… (read more)
This abandoned theatre sits in the suburbs of Taipei alongside an abandoned mine, it was built for the miners and their families when the mine was active between the years of 1933 and 1987. My original intention was to explore the mine itself, but bad weather and limited time meant I had to postpone, so I made do with the theatre instead. Here’s what I found inside… (read more)
I am currently holidaying and shooting in Taiwan, it’s my first time in the country and I had heard good things about the wealth of ruins to be found here. It took just two days to meet up with local haikyo enthusiasts and start exploring, first up we checked out two abandoned hot spring resorts in the suburbs of Taipei, click the images above to read more… (read more)
KONBINI Magazine monthly haikyo feature: This months featured story is about the abandoned Matsuo mine in Tohoku and the apartments the miners lived in. Check it out here!
I was just digging through negatives from my trip to Italy in the summer of 2013, and I found these photos of an abandoned tractor I stumbled upon, on the roadside in Tuscany while making my way to photograph this abandoned airplane factory. Aside from a few spots of rust and an intricate layer of cobwebs over the drivers seat, the tractor was in reasonably good condition, so I’m not even 100% sure it was abandoned, although it was sat on a very abandoned looking property in the middle of nowhere. The combination of rusting reds and the mountainous backdrop have got me feeling nostalgic for summers in rural Italy (read more)
The second part of a series I shot with Japanese singer/songwriter Mana Hardcore last year in the town of Ome, near Tokyo. Click link for more images… (read more)
KONBINI Magazine monthly haikyo feature: This months featured story is about the abandoned mansion of Japanese politician and social activist Mr H. Click the link to see what I discovered in his former house, abandoned for almost half a century. Check it out here!