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Jono Cowdell

Geometric Ordered Chaos
Jono Cowdell

This series is an exploration of urban street photography in Japan with a focus on geometric shape ordering to subdivide the picture frame. Investigating degrees of abstracted cropping or framing, levels of reflections and the play of light and shadows to create an aesthetic visual representation of erratic order.

aidan hill

On the Ground
Aidan Hill

'On The Ground' is a piece that depicts Japan from an outsiders view. This series captures streets, people, shops and spaces from the viewpoint of someone peering into both the quiet subtleties of Japanese culture and also the loud vibrancy of everyday life in Japan.

matt carrington

Edvard Munch' - "The Scream"
Matthew Carrington

Its simple, Stay alive - A photo documentation

karol robertson

Urban Nature
Karol Robertson

Urban Culture is a series of twelve digital colour prints, captured whilst on the recent Study Tour of Japan. It reflects on my strong interest in people and culture, the photographic medium enabling me to capture the true essence of Japan.

erin jones

Erin Jones

Kodomo is a piece about the carefree nature of children. Shot in Tokyo, these photographs represent the blissful ignorance that children experience whilst growing up.

rachael parkes

Shadow land, marching to the beat of the drum
Rachael Parkes

Japanese culture has always had as a focus, strict compliance with rules. A culture based on sacrifice, formality and cleanliness. This is a culture which has been faced with some of the worst human and natural disasters imaginable, how they react and how they live in this existence highlights complex layers and a distinct three groups - THOSE THAT FOLLOW, THOSE THAT REBEL and THOSE WHO ARE FORGOTTEN.

gary cornelius

Gary Cornelius

The textual relationship between trees and architecture in Japan provided the initial inspiration for this series. However, as it evolved to include a human element, the body language and shape of movement, variously captured, ultimately provided the thematic focus, and uniting compositional element, to which the eye is repeatedly drawn.

rozalind drummond

Rozalind Drummond






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