Tokyo has many sparkling subjects to photograph, but at night, none are better than Tokyo Skytree. From a vantage point unseen by most, this image reminds me of just how diverse the city is no matter what time of day it is.
Having explored Japan from top to bottom, east to west, finding locations that are off the beaten track has become harder and harder. But search just a little bit and you're sure to find many hidden surprises.
Candid street photographs are my favourite things to shoot when travelling. While respecting the locals, I was able to perfectly line up this image in the moment. A shot that turned out to be one of my favourite street images that I've ever taken.
There is a myriad of ways to capture the bustling nature of Tokyo. This viewpoint from Mags Park of Shibuya Crossing is one of my favourites.
Every time people ask me for the 'best' place in Japan for photographs, I always say Mount Fuji. With five big lakes that surround the giant mountain, the sheer size and scale never disappoints in real life. The only problem is choosing from the many different vantage points to capture it.
Kyoto is an absolute mecca for unique street photography. Around every corner you never know what you're going to get next.
As a lover of architecture, I always try to visit locations from renowned architects in every country I visit. The Hill of the Buddha by Tadao Ando is probably one of my favourites in Japan.
Japan is in my opinion, one of the most diverse countries in the world for photography. You can go from very busy cities, to traditional settings, to snow-capped mountains, all in a single day. It's little wonder then that it is my favourite country in the world to photograph.