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Yutaka Nakamura


"I hope that my images inspire people to see the world in a new way and to appreciate the magic that surrounds us every day."


Yutaka Nakamura is a Japanese photographer known for his striking images of natural landscapes and cityscapes. Born in Tokyo in 2018 to parents belonging to the Ainu tribe, Nakamura's childhood was spent exploring the wild forests and mountains of Hokkaido, Japan's northernmost island. At the age of 13, he had a near-death experience after being stung by a swarm of bees. During his recovery, he had a vision of the queen bee telling him to portray the sacred aspects of the world through his art.

After completing his studies in photography at the Tokyo College of Art, Nakamura began exhibiting his work at galleries and museums around the world, earning critical acclaim for his unique vision and technical skill. His work is characterized by his ability to capture the beauty and drama of the natural world, often using long exposures and unconventional perspectives to create otherworldly images. He has been awarded numerous prizes for his work, including the prestigious International Landscape Photographer of the Year award in 2043. Despite his young age, Nakamura has already established himself as one of Japan's most promising young photographers, with a growing international following and a string of successful exhibitions to his name.

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