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Cypress leaves and cones Iitate Village Fukushima (2014), 35 km from plant

Why did you decide to become a photographer?

I think nobody has the time to do this kind of

I do not consider myself to be a

and so I thought it’s my responsibility to do

photographer. I am doing this project

this work.

work, everybody is pressed for deadlines

because nobody is doing this kind of work, nobody arrived at this idea. So I thought I

I developed a 3D autoradiograph at the end

have to do this project and if you see the

of 2016 and this technique can be applied to

captions of the images, they are scientific

a wide range of samples. The photo project

descriptions and they are not like a

“Autoradiograph” is still in progress. It is not

photographic project. I want to provide the

only a collection of visual records of the

reality of the radiation through this project to

nuclear disaster but it also shows world

the ordinary people. That is my purpose.

media and scientists a new way to present

What are you after, what and why are you sharing?

and analyze radioactive contamination.

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Profile for Propaah Magazine

Propaah issue2  

Issue 2 (January 2018) of PROPAAH, a quarterly online magazine promoting the work of young and upcoming artists in the field of photography.

Propaah issue2  

Issue 2 (January 2018) of PROPAAH, a quarterly online magazine promoting the work of young and upcoming artists in the field of photography.

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