Paul Church

Paul is a freelance scientific and economic copy editor helping Japanese academics publish their research in English. For the past year and half he has also been running a daily photoblog covering his experiences in Tokyo as he tries to make sense of the city one shot at a time. He lives in Saitama Prefecture with his fiancé.

  • Midday in Ginza
    June 11th, 2012By Category: Photography
    If you leave the main street and explore the smaller streets and alleys in Ginza you'll find that it's not just the expensive jewelry and watches that glitter. The metal and glass shopfronts all reflecting light off each other make for some interesting shootin ... » Continue Reading
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    Last train, you wanna?
    May 24th, 2012By Category: Photography
    The last-train home is no one’s idea of the perfect end to an evening, but if you don’t fancy the karaoke - and sour-fuelled wait for the first train - then it’s unavoidable. You know what I’m talking about. Everyone all drunkenly squashed together and holding e ... » Continue Reading
  • Typhoon Day

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    Typhoon Day
    May 10th, 2012By Category: Culture, Photography
    During a time when a typhoon was threatening to directly hit Tokyo, I’d spent most of the day behind my desk finishing off some work before I could get out to shoot, but at the back of my mind I was apprehensive. Last time a typhoon hit I got stuck in Tokyo and ... » Continue Reading