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Kevin J. Miyazaki, Christmas Eve snowball
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Kevin J. Miyazaki

Christmas Eve snowball, Milwaukee, 2009
Website - KevinMiyazaki.com

Kevin J. Miyazaki is a photographer and restless creative living in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. His artwork addresses issues of family history, memory and personal space; and his editorial portrait, travel and food work appears in a variety of publications. He is the founder of collect.give, an online photography gallery which raises money for charities chosen by the participating artists.

Posted on Monday, January 17, 2011.

 

 

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