April 5th, 2010
Episode 105 of 411 episodes
Bruce Osborn was born in Southern California and raised on its surf and skateboard culture. After graduating from the University of the Pacific with a BA in Fine Art, he studied Photography at Art Center College of Design. He began working for Phonograph Record Magazine as their photographer and photo editor and also did free lance photography for other music related businesses. In 1980 Bruce moved to Japan where he is a well known commercial photographer and filmmaker. He is most known for the Oyako project, which has provided him the opportunity to photograph Japanese parents and their children, to the point that it's become a national event. You can discover his work by visiting his website, flickr account and the Oyako website. Bruce Osborn recommends the work of Shoji Ueda.For streaming audio click here or subscribe to the podcast for free via
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