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Everett Kennedy Brown is a photojournalist and writer based in Tokyo, Japan. His work appears regularly in Time, Newsweek, The New York Times, The Times, The Financial Times, The International Herald Tribune and other major media. At present, he is the Regional Chief Photographer for European Pressphoto Agency (epa).
His awards include Picture of the Year from Geo Magazine, Germany and from MILK: A Celebration of Humanity. His photographs are exhibited regularly in galleries and museums worldwide. His books include Ganguro Girls (Konneman), Ore-tachi no Nippon (Shogakukan) and Ikete-iru Iin-jyan-nai (Kindaieiga-sha).
Everett Kennedy Brown lives with his wife and essayist, Deco Nakajima, and their five children in an old Japanese farmhouse where he grows heirloom rice varieties as part of his on-going study of Japan’s fundamental culture.
His commercial clients have included: Microsoft, Toyota, Japan Airlines, Honda, and NTT. The work on this website represents an overview of published work, as well as personal favorites from his explorations of the earth’s landscape and indigenous traditions. A selection of photographs are available as Fine Art Prints in 11x14 or 16x20 sizes. Pictures are individually priced, and can be quoted by email at firstname.lastname@example.org Everett Brown, husband of Nakajima Deco, Japanese macrobiotic cooking teacher, lifestyle essayist, lives in Chiba, Japan on Boso peninsula, near Tokyo and photographs rural Japan, youth scene, natural foods, macrobiotic culture, and slow life culture , organic farming, Andy Rain, photographer in Tokyo, Charles Pertwee, , Ken Straiton, Tokyo photographer, Benjamin Lee, , Matthias Ley, Tokyo photographer, Tadanori Saito, , Graham Simmons, Kyoto photographer, Caroline Parsons, Japan executive photographer, Marlo Sarmiento, photographer in Kyoto, Keith Snow, Japanese fine art photographs, Japanese family photographs are available online at everettkennedybrown.com