One of the pleasures of being a blogger is the occasional pleasant surprise in your mailbox. No, I don't mean the goodies sent your way for review (I don't review products on my blog), what I'm referring to is the bloggers, colleagues, friends and like-minded people who reach out over the web, react to my work, and introduce me to theirs.
That's exactly how I met Miho Aikawa, a Japanese born documentary and fine art photographer now living in Brooklyn, NY. Miho is currently working on a photo project called "DINNER in NY" which portrays New Yorkers by capturing one moment in their day: Dinner time.
When Miho looked through her photographs, she found that many people ate dinner with a computer screen, phone or TV in their sight, and that got her thinking: Is it that people are too busy? Do they not care about dinner enough to give it their full attention? What is a quality dinner?Read More »from Miho Aikawa's Dinner in New York