Never content to do one thing at a time, photographer Keith Tsuji is a true multi-talented artist. In recent years, Keith's passion for graphic design has evolved to embrace the art of photography. His work journals the places he has lived,...
Focus:Journalist, Advertising, Documentary, News, Portraiture, Lifestyle, International News, Animals, Assignments, Editorial, Publications, Newspapers, Storyteller, Lifestyle Journalism, International Stories
Skills:Photo Assisting, Apple Final Cut Pro, Photo Editing, Photojournalism, Retouching
Anonymous Artists is my personal series. Over the past years, Hong Kong had experienced its most unforgettable movements in recent history. Months of protests, conflicts between the police and civilians, locals against each other, anti-government graffiti, banners, slogans were painted all over the city. Now, the security and safety go extra tight in the wake of the security law had passed, the city needed to project a more positive environment for the people, so all the slogans were erased and covered up by some sloppy paint jobs. Ironically, I've found them quite interesting to photograph as they almost turned into contemporary artwork on the street. Although the unwanted symbols may be easy to cover up, the memories will never be able to erase.