While working as a civil engineer, I also work as a photographer. I have started taking pictures of wild birds by DLSR since 2003. Also, I took many pictures in yosakoi dance festival and motor racing circuit. I had a private and group exhibition. I won many photography awards in photo contests. The disaster caused by the heavy rainfall across the Kanto region in 2015 led me to start a new photography project. I expressed the dam construction technology in my artworks. The disaster made me think deeply what we can do to coexist with nature and what I should do to maintain a high convenient life without destroying nature. Dams support our lives by controlling water, make our lives functional and comfortable. And we can’t forget people who involved dam construction. I re-realized they played an important part in our lives. Through my artworks, I want to hand down their technology to the next generations. Since 2012, I have joined SAMURAI FOTO. As I had a chance to be exposed international photo culture through the activities, the experience was a great help for me to make the artworks.
He has been trying to build a meaningful bridge with different countries and carries on today around the world.

My photography activities

・Solo exhibition in 2012

・Photo Folio Review at Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Alres in 2014.

・Portfolio Reviews at FOTO FEST in Houston in 2016

・Portfolio Reviews at PHOTO LUCIDA in Portoland in 2019

Personal Statement

The more people’s life get comfortable, the more relationship between people and nature changes. Deforestation and using fossil fuels lead the global warming. The wildlife ecosystem changes and some of them become extinct. The climate changes dramatically as well. In 2015, the heavy rain caused severe flooding after river embankments collapsed in Kanto area. It caused damages then year after year. Droughts, on the other hand, also occur and it seems difficult to control water. Due to maintain our comfortable lives, we have to fight against the natural disasters and move toward the next step. Japan has many skillful engineers. With their efforts, we need to advance the development and maintain a fine balance with nature. We also need proper maintenance of structures and adjust them to the environment. It is necessary to cultivate human resources to manage, too. I’d like to show those engineers’ thoughts in my photographs.

This led to my encounter with photography.

  • profile

  • 1964

    Born in Tokyo Japan

  • 1977

    Started to take interest in cameras and photography in junior high school.Afterwards,began career taking photographs of taking racing cars on the circuit.

  • 1988

    Graduated from Nihon University of Science and Technology. Afterwards, worked as a civil engineer.

  • 2003

    Became introduced to the world of taking photos of wild birds by digital SLR cameras.

  • 2010

    Started to explore 'a bird's-eye view photography' ; The scenery with wild birds.

  • 2012

    Solo exhibition in 2012 "Bird's-eyes view Photograph" in Tokyo Japan.

  • 2012

    I have joined SAMURAI FOTO.

  • 2014

    Photo Folio Review at Les Rencontres de la Photographie in Alres

  • 2016

    Portfolio Reviews at FOTO FEST in Houston.

  • 2019

    Photo Folio Review at Photo Lucida in Portoland

    Published on “BETA Magazine”.

  • Exhibitions

  • 2012

    "GANREF" photo exhibition vol.1

  • 2012

    Solo Exhibition Bicqlo shinjyuku in Tokyo.

  • 2013

    "SAMURAI FOTO" first exhibition in Tokyo

    "The 34th SSP" exhibition in Japan

  • 2014

    "SAMURAI FOTO" 2th exhibition in Yamagata

    Display print to Awagami Factory in Photokina of Germany

  • 2017

    "SAMURAI FOTO" 3th exhibition in Yokohama

  • 2018

    "SAMURAI FOTO" 4th exhibition in Yokohama

    Display print to Taipei Art Photo 2018

  • 2019

    "SAMURAI FOTO" exhibition in NOVOSIBIRSK

  • 2020

    "SAMURAI FOTO" 5th exhibition in TOKYO

    2020 Endless Discoverry

  • 2021

    "SAMURAI FOTO" exhibition in Roppongi Tokyo

    2021 The Power Of Photography We believe it.

  • Awards

  • 2013

    CP+ Onaeba audience prize first award

  • 2014

    CP+ Onaeba audience prize first award

  • Permanent Collection

  • in the Future


Please Contact us for inquiries and to view the prints.

Kazuhiro Sasaki

Asaka-city, Saitama-PRF, Japan
Tel: +81 48 470 7755
Mobile: +81 90 1460 5661