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​My story

Born in Tokushima, Japan, 1955
I started taking family photos at around age 30.

First turning point
2013 After recovering from a serious illness,
I visited a small village for the first time and encountered the art of starrynight photography,
which had a great impact on me.

Second turning point

Encounter with Mr. Nobuaki Tanaka led to the quiet and deep evolution of starrynight photography and the birth of a new world of photography called "Quiet Night Photography.

Now and in the future
Encounter with a hanging scroll

It was inevitable.

In Japan, the coexistence with nature is breathed into Japanese gardens, and hanging scrolls are displayed on the walls of alcoves and as part of the space in Japanese architecture.

"Quiet Night” photographs are the most appropriate for hanging scrolls.

This is because I was born in Japan, love Japanese nature, and respect Japanese culture.

Katsushika Hokusai, whom I respect, published his masterpiece "Fugaku Sanjurokkei" (Thirty-six Views of Mt. Fuji) at the age of 70, and his creative spirit remained unabated throughout his life.

I am now 67 years old, and I would like to follow his example and do my best.

Thank you for your patience.

Sincerely yours

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​Yoshihiro matsuda;松田吉弘

I am always looking for new and exciting opportunities. Please contact me.

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