Salaryman Project depicts Tokyo's male office workers as
solitary figures constantly escaping the gaze of the camera.
The action - or lack of it - unfolds around the changing
seasons in the Japanese capital.
Obscuring the faces on purpose is an attempt to adapt in
a creative way to the constraints of portraits rights on
candid photography. As a result, mystery and poetry seem
to blossom around the supposedly boring corporate world.
This body of work has been published as a series of illustrated
Japanese professional agendas (bilingual JP/EN).