Hey, I'm Dean. I'm a Street Photographer based on the Gold Coast, Australia. Focused on capturing and writing about Japan.
I think it's important to focus on creating stories through all mediums, whether it be through the camera, design or writing, and I'm hopeful to be able to continue telling these stories.
Below you will find key highlights from my journey across Japan, including people I've met, and key experiences.
Gōtoku-ji is a Buddhist temple located in the Gōtokuji district of Setagaya ward, Tokyo, Japan. It is also known as the "cat temple" because of the Maneki-neko.See More
The five-story mega-arcade was the brainchild of Taishiro Hoshino, a set designer for kabuki theater, who opened it in 2009. Far from a simple collection of games, Anata no Warehouse (“Your Warehouse”) was a recreation of the Kowloon Walled City in Hong Kong’s New Territories. However, it strangely closed in 2019.See Collection
Somewhere on the edge of a castle, this place continues to exist for children or those with a camera.See Collection
A collection on black and white images taken around Japan streets.See Collection
The Jigokudani Monkey Park (地獄谷野猿公苑, Jigokudani Yaen Kōen) offers visitors the unique experience of seeing wild monkeys bathing in a natural hot spring.See Collection
Conveying my feelings when landing in Japan, how amazing and somewhat stressful it was trying to navigate a foreign country on the first night, and how I could relive it over and over again.Read More