Random images from Japan taken with a disposable camera 2003/04 I lived in the south of Japan for one year in 2003. I didn’t own a mobile phone and would keep a list of phone numbers in my pocket in case I needed to use a payphone. I also didn’t own a digital camera, so all the photos I took were with disposable cameras which I would process at the end of the month. Some of these photos I hadn’t looked at in […]
Brandon Carlisle, drummer of Teenage Bottlerocket, died yesterday. He slipped into a coma on November 3rd and didn’t wake up. I regrettably only got the chance to see him play live once – but I used to email him now and again over the past five years. I remember him telling me one time how he used to live in Kuala Lumpur, and how excited he was to be playing with Descendents at a festival in Belgium we were both going […]
Did you know that if you are using Chrome as your web browser and type “my flights” into Google it will bring up a list of all the flights you have booked via gmail over the past two years? I really didn’t think I had flown as much as I had, and my own list surprised me. When I moved to Tokyo three years ago I still had a bit of an itch to see parts of Asia I’d never seen, but I think I’ve achieved that […]
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[Kyoto, Japan] x [Portavoe Reservoir, Northern Ireland] [Bali, Indonesia] x [Bangor, Northern Ireland] First in a series of images I want to create exploring the idea of ‘home’; the connection between my travels and my hometown.