Hello! I am a software engineer and photographer living in Tokyo, Japan. I started my journey as a software engineer in the fall of 2008, and as a photographer in the fall of 2009.
Since then, I’ve worked on web apps used by companies such as Target, Chick-fil-a, Disney, Expedia and more. I’ve also spent quite a bit of time learning to become a better photographer.
Odaiba has several interesting things to photograph. Some of which are simple, yet beautiful, and other “Instagram worthy” spots. I had the privilege of shooting with my friend Frank (@francoimaging). Frank showed me some great photo spots, so let’s take a look! The first spot is more of a tourist attraction – the Unicorn Gundam Statue. If you’re not familiar with the term “Gundam”, they’re essentially giant humanoid robots. They are the… Read More
As a photographer, I love shooting amazing scenes. I’ll go out of the way to find opportunities to take a photo. Chureito Pagoda definitely meets the criteria of “amazing”. It is one of the best places to view Mt. Fuji and is one of the most iconic places to take a photo in Japan. You’ve probably seen a postcard or photo of the five-storied pagoda with cherry blossoms around it and Mt…. Read More
Beep beep beep beep. Beep beep beep beep. I roll over and pick up my phone off of the hotel nightstand and turn off the alarm. I check the time. It’s 6:30 a.m. It’s early, but not too early. I’m not tired – I barely slept. Excitement will do that to you. Countless people have had this same excitement – it’s my wedding day. I get up, along with the three others in… Read More