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Everett Brown A photographer working in Japan for the past 25 years, my work has appeared in most major global media, including National Geographic, Geo, Time, Newsweek, Le Monde, Der Spiegel, The Times, New York Times. I’ve been fortunate to travel extensively throughout the Japanese archipelago, with many opportunities to meet uniquely remarkable people and hear their stories. Somehow, doors have opened allowing me to view things rarely accessible to the public eye. In my photography I wish to share these experiences as much as I can. In recent years, I have often been asked to share my stories and perspectives on Japan. I’m invited to give lectures, appear on television, write essays and books in Japanese and even offer advice on national government policy. On one government panel I summarized my experience of Japan by saying, “Japan is a land of endless discovery” and to my amazement these words were adopted by the Japanese Government as a national slogan. Exploring the vast literature on the culture of Japan, especially ethnography, is also, for me, a passion. My readings deeply influence the vision that permeates my photography. It’s been my experience that ancient currents of Japanese culture are still accessible if we but open our minds by acquiring the knowledge and developing the skills needed to attune ourselves to these energies. This belief is deeply shared and nurtured by such cultural leaders and friends as Matsuoka Seigo, Kawasae Toshiro, Tezuka Yuji and Raku Kichizaemon. For me, life in Japan is a long and ever-deepening love affair with place and culture. Through my imagery, honoring the use of Japanese classical techniques and traditional materials, I wish to share my vision of the deep currents of Japanese culture that I encounter in my journeys. Alongside my photographic and writing activities I established a Japanese farm with my wife, Japan's renowned macrobiotic chef, food researcher, and cookbook author, Deco Nakajima. Located one hour east of Tokyo, near the Pacific coast, Brown’s Field, and the unique, Japanese-style country in, Jiji no Ie, reflect my vision of an ideal rural Japanese experience.
Everett Brown A photographer working in Japan for the past 25 years, my work has appeared in most major global media, including National Geographic, Geo, Time, Newsweek, Le Monde,…
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- 政策編號: 旅館及旅社商業法 | 千葉県夷隅保健所 | 第21-5号
- 語言: English、日本語
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