Ryuji Suzuki, photographer
I'd love to hear your ideas about your big day... and I'll write back with more of my story. (Please include date, time and place of your wedding, along with any other relevant info.)
| +1 617 326 7770 | 15 Channel Ctr. St., Boston, MA 02210–3424
I'm a part of New England's first artist community in Fort Point district of Boston.
The Japanese word for photography is written as 写真
where the first character means "copy" and the second character, "truth." CopyTruth adds the feeling of neatly handwritten letters in capturing true moments of your wedding, rather than merely documenting the scenes.
About Ryuji Suzuki, photographer
From Monday through Friday, my exciting workday as a professional photographer starts with a double shot of espresso, and I wish I could spend all day shooting black-and-white film with a vintage camera to create art. But in reality, I shoot people, food and lifestyle to create compelling visuals for commercial clients' marketing projects.
On some Saturdays and Sundays, I wake up with a steaming cup of green tea to switch my vision.
The word photography is written in Japanese, using two characters that mean copy and truth. This depicts the way I shoot with green tea: spontaneity of documentary photography through a fresh point of view. A string of captivating pictures are the narrative of the real story about your one-of-a-kind products, love and happiness. I usually shoot things people can buy, but I'd love the opportunity to capture something that's not for sale.