As I continue to shoot mountains and natural landscapes, I find moments when the facial expressions of these undergo change, and within these, moments that seem to reflect my own emotions. A world that is reality, yet somehow far removed from the world. The scenery synchronized with my inner self is unforgettable, yet transient and faint. I have frozen it in photographs to moor it in time.
Born in 1974. Lives in Nagano.
By spending over 100 days every year on the field, he attempts to capture the ephemeral beauty of the mountain.
Arduous climbing routes, montain ski descents, fishing scenes at the river source are all his expertise.
He has been working with mountain, ski magazines/ski resorts posters/out door brands as their commerical photographer.
Shinshu climbing guide. Kita-Alps Northern Mountain Rescue Team.
One of the most difficult things to photograph when it comes to landscapes is beauty. A landscape photograph taken in a stunning location can so quickly tip over into something that is too beautiful. These photos keep a wonderful balance of a lovely scene that is tempered with the haziness of memory, or regret, or melancholy.