Mila Pala - Marketing/PR Professional in Tokyo

Mila Pala

I'm a marketing/pr professional in Tokyo, Japan

In employment

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I speak English, Japanese, and German

My activity

About me

So far, I can call Germany, Australia and Japan my home. Each time, I feel very much inspired by all the people I meet and look forward to the unknown future.

Privately, my heart beats for photography, especially for dusk and night shots. At work letters and characters allow me to form content for various needs. Surrounded by both creative energies I can build the balance of my inventive mind. Images and words are like clay; with the right potter you can view the most expressional objects. I like this challenge.

Feel free to comment on my posts! Ideas cannot grow when everyone is quiet. :)

My Creations

  1. gray area

    7 December 12:20

    Taken picture of Yurakucho, retouched with Clip Studio Paint

  2. Release

    3 December 23:01

    After a rainy day, it feels like the whole area calmed down no matter how busy it was. Especially when the night begins and the city's lights swing in puddles. Shapes become meaningless and we are surrounded by a splashy wonderland.
    (Taken in Yurakucho, no post-production.)

  3. REFLƎCTION

    1 September 2018

    Taken photograph of Ginza, retouched with Photoshop

  4. stir up

    8 December 17:38

    Illustration by use of Clip Studio Paint

  5. fusion

    3 September

    Have taken this quick shot (in Shibuya) 'cause of its interesting perspective. You might be first confused but have a closer look at it!

    Hope you enjoy the change from confusion to fusion. :)

  6. Wallpapers

    10 September 2018

    Wallpaper creations for smartphone devices - both, illustration and photograph.

  7. Dusk

    26 August 2018

    Taken photograph at the Surfers Paradise beach, retouched with Photoshop

  8. Learning

    16 July 2018

    This illustration reflects my portrayal of "the way of learning". Learning is a constant co-partner in our lives; sometimes we are the pupil and sometimes we are the teacher. The image highlights the beauty of making what is so called "mistakes", followed by an indefinite period of imitation you digest... continue reading (0, 1 image)