Q Sakamaki

New York based Japanese documentary photographer, focusing on human conditions and socio-economic issues with aesthetic images, domestically and internationally. His photographs have appeared in books and magazines worldwide and have been the subject of solo shows across the glove. Among the many honors he has received are World Press Photo award and two Overseas Press Club prizes. He has published several books, including “WAR DNA,” covering seven deadly conflicts (Shogakukan in Japan), and “Tompkins Square Park” (PowerHouse Books in U.S.) depicting New York’s anti-gentrification movement. He holds the master degree of International Affaires from Columbia University. In recent years, he is further exploring photo-documentary, combing with fine art, often using Instagram and iPone, to understand / feel not only the significance of photography but also joy of life. www.qsakamaki.com

 

Q Sakamaki