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Asahi Shimbun:「日本人とは?」 120人の「ハーフ」の写真集を出版

Asahi Shimbun:「日本人とは?」 120人の「ハーフ」の写真集を出版

Posted by / August 29, 2019 / Categories: Book Review, press / 1 Comment

日本人と外国人の間に生まれた「ハーフ」と呼ばれる人たち120人の写真と、彼らが持つ疑問をまとめた写真集が出版された。撮影した日系ベルギー人の男性は「日本人、ハーフ、外国人それぞれの多様さを考えるきっかけになれば」と期待する。

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NEW: Limited Edition Photo Book  • 限定版写真集

NEW: Limited Edition Photo Book • 限定版写真集

Posted by / August 14, 2019 / Categories: Book / 0 Comments

Thanks to a collaboration with FujiFilm Original Photopaper, we have been able to make 60 beautifully crafted Limited Edition Photo Books.

Each book has a unique cover with a different photo from the project. Each photo in the book is printed on Fujicolor Crystal Archive Album Paper XS. For the book binding we used a Flat Lay technique that folds the pages open completely. This allows you to experience each photo to the fullest. Continue reading →

Hāfu2Hāfu on Radiant Mix podcast with Hope McGrath

Hāfu2Hāfu on Radiant Mix podcast with Hope McGrath

Posted by / June 26, 2019 / Categories: press / 0 Comments

This week, I had the honour to join Hope McGrath for a conversation about being mixed Japanese for this episode of her Radiant Mix Podcast.

About Radian Mix Podcast: Conversations about race are complex. Then imagine the outlook from the bi-racial, multi-racial, and multicultural perspective? Join Hope McGrath, a mixed multi-passionate coach and fashion veteran, who shares enlightening stories of the mixed experience each week. If you are open to expand your mind, connect to mixed experience and also happen to love the arts, spirituality and overall inspiring, powerful life lessons, then this podcast is for you.

Please also check some of her other podcasts and don’t hesitate to subscribe if you like what you hear.

SOLD OUT: Book Presentation @ Embassy of the Netherlands, Tokyo

SOLD OUT: Book Presentation @ Embassy of the Netherlands, Tokyo

Posted by / June 20, 2019 / Categories: event / 0 Comments

* EVENT – SOLD OUT * Continue reading →

Book Introduction by Nina Cataldo | ニーナ・カタルドからの紹介

Book Introduction by Nina Cataldo | ニーナ・カタルドからの紹介

Posted by / May 8, 2019 / Categories: Book / 0 Comments

Please read the introduction Tokyo based American Japanese hāfu Nina Cataldo wrote for the book here. Continue reading →

Book Review in Japan Today

Book Review in Japan Today

Posted by / May 2, 2019 / Categories: Book Review, press / 0 Comments

Japan Today and GaijinPot editor Vlisides Leannah has been following the project since 2017. Please read her review of the Hāfu2Hāfu book in her article titled: ‘120 interviews later, photographer releases book about Japanese ‘hafu’ identity’

Japan Forward: “Mixed-Raced Japanese Ponder Identity in Book of Portraits”

Japan Forward: “Mixed-Raced Japanese Ponder Identity in Book of Portraits”

Posted by / April 4, 2019 / Categories: Book Review, press / 0 Comments

“The piercing, poignant looks of those who were photographed, coupled with soul-searching questions, make for a powerful combination that almost stumps the reader.”

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13/4/2019: Book Launch & Presentation in Amsterdam

13/4/2019: Book Launch & Presentation in Amsterdam

Posted by / March 25, 2019 / Categories: event / 0 Comments

I am very proud and happy to announce that the Hāfu2Hāfu photo book will be presented at the Tropenmuseum in Amsterdam on 13th April, from 14.00 to 16.00. Continue reading →

Press Release Hāfu2Hāfu Photo Book

Press Release Hāfu2Hāfu Photo Book

Posted by / February 21, 2019 / Categories: press / 0 Comments
After completing the crowdfunding campaign in March 2018, and a wonderful year full of exhibitions, workshops and meeting many more haāfu people to photograph and interview, I am extremely happy to say the Hāfu2Hāfu photo book is now in the caring hands of the printing company. We are expecting the Hāfu2Hāfu photo book to be printed early April 2019 and will ship worldwide. Continue reading →

Tokyo Interlopers – an interview with Tetsuro

Tokyo Interlopers – an interview with Tetsuro

Posted by / February 14, 2019 / Categories: press / 0 Comments

In January 2019, Tetsuro was interviewed by Isaac “Tac” Aquino, the founder of Tokyo Interlopers.

“I was born and raised in Belgium to a Japanese dad and a Belgian mom. My father, who was a karate teacher, passed away when I was 14. Continue reading →