I am a professional photographer and sound designer who has been working in Japanese video game industry for over two decades. If you are a fan of computer games, it is likely that you may have played one of the games for which I created sounds.
Creating sounds and images are very similar to me. As a sound designer it would be a sound, as a photographer it would be an image. The most important thing for the both is “harmony”. The only difference between the two is “waves or pixels”. Right now I am heavily focusing on BW fine art style photos. However colour photos, especially landscapes, are very important genre for me.
Don't throw the baby out with the bathwater, you know?
Taking the subject of a bamboo woods at night, Wada transports us to an eerily exotic forest with a path leading us...
This electric nightscape of cars passing under, through and over a motorway system is a stunning example of the...
This exotic image of Eastern culture transports us to a idyllic and peacful environment. Looking up, we see the ornate...
Many of the world's foremost photographers have taken the subject of the skyline as seen from below. Usually this...
A moody image by Yoshihiko of the Banana Republic store on Grant Avenue, San Francisco, with Nob Hill in the...
Eerily still and quiet, this photograph of the Golden Gate Bridge was taken as the city slept. Taken from the vantage...
This amazing long exposure shot of the night train in Osaka, Japan, evokes early memories of ghost trains. Working in...
Rebirth' is a mediative shot that allows you to focus on a single point. The photo is of the cable-stayed Tempozan road...
A beautifully constructed image of a Tadao Ando building in Osaka, Japan focusing on the sundial and its shadows. As...