Tag: jesse

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Cory Evans

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Cory Evans It seems that SF is pretty well represented in Jesse’s lovely visual interviews. This time Cory Evans shares his offbeat vision. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most underrated virtue?  Q4: When are you happiest?  Q5: What […]

Jesse’s Book Review – “Hibi” Tsukiji Market by Takashi Kato

Jesse’s Book Review – “Hibi” Tsukiji Market by Takashi Kato Jesse’s back and he dives into a fresh take on a fishy subject in Takashi Kato’s documentation of the world–renowned sea critter peddlers. With the 2020 Olympics looming here in Tokyo, tourism has been at an all-time high. The city itself is changing to accommodate, where […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Sven Kräuter

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Sven Kräuter The visual interviews by Jesse never cease to amuse and this week’s quirky yet beautiful responses come courtesy of street photographer Sven Kräuter. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most overrated virtue?  Q4: When are you happiest?  Q5: […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Port Area, Sakai, Osaka 12:00 – 14:00, May 4, 2010 by Hiroko Komatsu

Jesse’s Book Review – Port Area, Sakai, Osaka 12:00 – 14:00, May 4, 2010 by Hiroko Komatsu It’s all about the details when you flip through this captivating collection of seemingly random images. Jesse reviews Hiroko Komatsu’s latest. “Exhaustive” can be perhaps be the best word to describe the work of photographer Komatsu Hiroko. She […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Michael Nguyen

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Michael Nguyen This week’s edition of the uber popular visual interview series by Jesse gives us a glimpse into the sordid mind of local photographer/DP/whatever pays the bills Michael Nguyen. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most overrated virtue?  […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Whistle by Haruto Hoshi

Jesse’s Book Review – Whistle by Haruto Hoshi Jesse reflects on street photography extraordinaire Haruto Hoshi’s last book Whistle, a wild ride of captivatingly raw and occasionally uncomfortable images showing life in Japan’s megacities. Don’t nobody go nowhere. Arriving off the heels of Seiji Kurata, enter Haruto Hoshi. His 2007 release, Luminance of Streets was an instant […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Lasse Kusk

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Lasse Kusk The visual interviews series by Jesse returns this week with some beautifully arranged responses by Tokyo-based photographer and art director extraordinaire Lasse Kusk. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most overrated virtue?  Q4: When are you happiest?  […]

Jesse’s Book Review – Spider’s Strategy by Osamu Kanemura

Jesse’s Book Review – Spider’s Strategy by Osamu Kanemura Jesse shares with us how he stumbled upon a gem and reviews a uniquely interesting take on the urban chaos that we all know as Tokyo. Don’t go anywhere, folks. This one is fun! Was quite randomly asked over an Instagram message to talk about photography […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Thomas Beswick

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Thomas Beswick This week’s visual interview features Tokyo-based film and video editor Thomas Beswick and he has some pretty adorable responses for you to check out. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most underrated virtue? Q4: When are you […]

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Leslie Leung

Jesse’s Visual Interviews: Leslie Leung This edition of Jesse’s popular visual interviews introduces us to Leslie Leung, whose graphic design background shines through in his composition and usage of lines. Q1: Who are you?  Q2: What is your favorite way to waste money? Q3: What do you consider the most overrated virtue? Q4: When are […]