Independent Non-Executive Director and Strategy Advisor. Painting the world in Japanese ink. Exploring why humans dance through art objects.
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“Autumn in Japan” and its edition diary.
The Tea House Diary. A notebook to inspire creativity.
One Moment, One Drawing. Twelve ink drawings to chase the seasons.
Why humans dance. A world history of dance in objects
Japanese Ink Painting
Welcome to my Japanese ink painting world
Zen Mondays. A weekly dose of ink painting and poetry from my desk.
Celebrating in washi and ink. The “etegami” mini prints catalogue.
Inking 100 Japanese birds
Under fresh leaves, the heron waiting for the water to clear.
Beneath white sleeves, one’s heart awakens, soft with dew. A sketchbook tribute to Hiroshige.
Looking for the first signs of spring in thawing ice. A sketchbook tribute to Hiroshige.
Returning home, to birds and flowers. A sketchbook tribute to Hiroshige.
On display at the Awagami International Mini Print Exhibition in Tokushima from October 9 to November 7
Flame red blossoms, the dull young robin’s shelter.
Green reeds sprout on a gull’s nest, surrounded by the crying flock.
Feeling the resolve of a returning gaze.
The woodpecker drumming up spring.
Iridescence is a gate to the rainbow.
Contemplating this winter’s final curtain call.
The crested grebe waiting for spring to awaken.
Reflect on the common as well as the rare.
Looking at the sunset’s beauty from any perch. The last bird on this Colombia zen Monday series.
Observe and record more to see more. The nature journalist’s zen Monday.
"Autumn in Japan" is shortlisted for the Volumes Awards 2022.