Miss Japanese Ayaka Koyanagi

By Tal Shpantzer

We met through close mutual friends, who knew I would love to shoot Ayaka Koyanagi.

I know that it is amazing that she agreed to do not only a fashion shoot in one day, but also a second look, a dark art portrait with me for my Botoh Series, as well as act in a short film.

After the fashion editorial shoot, in studio, we shot a short film where my partner Stephen Dirkes animated her tears with MUA Masha Gvozdov, as they dropped to the paper. They (the tears/Ink), became the character-font in Japanese for longing.

She knew I am also an Art photographer, represented by Witzenhausen Gallery, in Chelsea New York and Amsterdam, liked my photo work I guess, and trusted me to create. She also posed for my Petal series as well as Fashion editorial and Botoh.


Recommended For You

About the Author: Rick Lin


  1. My spouse and i were quite fortunate when Louis managed to finish off his researching through the precious recommendations he received through the weblog. It’s not at all simplistic to just find yourself offering methods which some people have been making money from. We really fully understand we have you to be grateful to for that. The type of explanations you have made, the straightforward website menu, the friendships you can give support to promote – it’s many extraordinary, and it’s really leading our son in addition to our family reckon that that content is cool, and that is rather pressing. Thanks for everything! Investment

  2. the defense lawyer, said that some innocent men,red bottom shoes for women. wrongly accused, could have ended up in a file as well. Other sections are horrific, like the description of the scoutmaster who, according to a 10-year-old boy¡¯s account given to the police, talked about the virtues of the scouting life even as he slid his hand down the boy¡¯s pants. Sometimes incriminating information flowed into the file system ¡ª then apparently got lost or ignored. That is apparently what happened with Floyd David Slusher. In 1972, Mr. Slusher, then an assistant scoutmaster in Troop 48 in Boulder,

Comments are closed.