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Adam Serra

As an Australian born artist based in Japan for over 12 years. Adams work reflects the love that Japan has with the ocean and the sun and contrasts it with the image that Japan has to the outside versus the reality of regional and rural Japan.

Adam images have been featured on Japanese Art TV, Tokyo Interstyle beat , as well as his depiction of the sun being used on some of the largest newspapers in Asia as cover images.

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Front page on the largest newspaper in India.

The Dainik Bhasker
This was commissioned work to be featured on the front page on a one of the largest national holidays in India. The Hindi holiday of the Sun.  I was very flattered to have my image of a Japanese sunrise placed there . Thanks you to the editor Krishna Mohan Tiwad. 

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Japan national broadcaster

Quite nice / very nice to get some attention on some of my under water images on NHK TV art TV here in Japan on an art show.

Thank you very much NHK 

NHK is one of the largest broadcasters in Japan.  

The Work`s

Prints types  and pricing available upon request.

Each image is available to order as a professionally printed piece or NFT . Simply choose your favourite image and contact us below for pricing.

Fine art printing on exhibition quality ‘Hahnemuhle Photo Rag’ 308gsm paper producing beautifully coloured prints with subtle tonal graduations on a genuine textured paper. Perfect for framing behind glass.

  • FREE POSTAGE (on standard orders) *Japan wide

  • PRINT ONLY: All Adam Serra  Photography prints are delivered as a print only and do not include a frame or mounting.

Japan Sun Silhouettes

The Shinto Priest One - Foundation

It was dawn on the island of Aoshima.
Late December, it was cold. A rare sight as a lone shinto priest traverses the bridge from the island of Aoshima, the mystical home of the shinto gods of Japan and heads back to reality of modern day Japan.

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4:22am in the South of Japan. It’s mid winter and very cold. Usually one wetsuit is more than enough but today two wetsuits are required to try and stay warm walking from the car the water edge. 

A stretch before entering the water and you are forced to stop and appreciate the colors that Mother Nature is rewarding you with for the early start to the day and appreciating the ocean like few other can. 

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It`s Dawn in the Deep South of Japan. Its February so it’s still cool mornings but the busy time of New Years is over for the Shinto Shrines in Japan and a normal routine sets in.   

The old lady has been sweeping the path to the shine nearly every morning since she was a young girl, using a broom made of wooden twigs,  helping her father who was the priest at the shrine until his death.

A new priest arrived at the temple to take over her fathers work but still , she goes out every day at dawn, to keep the shrine beautiful for the busy people coming in before work to pray to the Shinto gods of Japan. 

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Meet Taka , the Japan longboard champion , taking  some solace at his home break , being  newly crowned Japan surfing long champion.

Taka was forced to leave school at 12 due to bulling in rural Japan and started surfing from then.

I spoke to him when he was around 14 and asked how many times a day was he surfing . His response was only once but for about 8 hours. All that dedication has paid off for Taka.  Well done Taka you deserve it. 

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Meet Taka , the Japan longboard champion , taking  some solace at his home break , being  newly crowned Japan surfing long champion.

Taka was forced to leave school at 12 due to bulling in rural Japan and started surfing from then.

I spoke to him when he was around 14 and asked how many times a day was he surfing . His response was only once but for about 8 hours. All that dedication has paid off for Taka.  Well done Taka you deserve it. 

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In Dawn in the Deep South of Japan. Its February so it’s still cool mornings but the busy time of New Years is over for the Shinto Shrines in Japan and a normal routine sets in.   

The old lady has been sweeping the path to the shine nearly every morning since she was a young girl, using a broom made of wooden twigs,  helping her father who was the priest at the shrine until his death. A new priest arrives at the temple to take over her father work but still , she goes out every day to keep the shrine beautiful for the busy people coming in before work to pray to the Shinto gods of Japan. 

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Adam Serra

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