Daniele Martire (Italy, 1985) is a full-time project manager who loves design and experiments with photography on the side. He started documenting concerts with a film camera and delves into digital nowadays as well.
As an introspective person, he uses photography as an intimate tool to remember faces and places and to express his feelings and visions. He began street photography in Japan, depicting daily life in classic pictures and more dramatic double exposures.
To him, street photography is all about feeling the city, its sounds, scents and lights, the boundaries in between observing and living in the city.
About ‘Japan in street’:
A personal and intimate gaijin view of everyday busy life in the streets of Japan.
Japan is his favorite place when talking about street photography: its colors and cinematic behaviors, yet minimal but full of contrast fascinate every time he travels there. No special effects, just life as it rapidly and neatly flows.