Paul VincentFarrell - Photographer in Tokyo

Paul VincentFarrell

I'm a photographer in Tokyo, Japan

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About me

I'm a 360-photographer, retoucher and digital artist with a long photographic background and an enthusiastic, inquisitive spirit. I make photographs, 360-panoramas, composites and collages.

I want my work to encourage imagination, and to show people places and things they have never seen, or which may not even exist.

I love journeys, technology and science, exotica and the unknown, and sculpting with water.

Living in Tokyo since 2004 to discover more about Japanese design and culture, while travelling to India for regular inspiration and reality checks.

Life is short. So many amazing possibilities!

My Creations

  1. Meditation, Mitake

    5 February 19:16

    While living in London in the 1990s, I met an old South American man. He told me that many years previously he had learned from a Shaman how to “read” the jungle, and showed me photographs he had taken there.

    It seemed to align with something a friend said to... continue reading (1, 1 image)

  2. I was asked to contribute a portrait for a book project, Play For a Living, in which quotes by famous people who embraced “play” in their philosophy or life's work would be paired with their portraits made by contemporary artists.

    His having been a great inspiration in my own life... continue reading (0, 1 image)

  3. I have been photographing clouds from the window seats of planes since 1993. In fact an early series of these taken in 1995 formed the main body of my portfolio for many years. My archive of cloud photographs now numbers in the thousands.

    As I reflected various photographs in Photoshop... continue reading (1, 1 image)

  4. Living in Japan and learning of the “Yaoyorozu no Kami”, I began what has since become an evolving, long-term project.

    The first series of the project used photographs taken in Enoshima
    With this image, Water Sprites, I wanted to create an ornate, fractal other-worldliness, pulsing with life. Two large entities,... continue reading (0, 1 image)