We are proud to announce the premier issue of our new on-line magazine
featuring the work of Progressive Admin and Moderators, comparing and contrasting the streets of Tokyo – along with other compelling stories. ProgressivE-zine
Lukasz Palka Born in Poland, raised in the US, and residing in Japan since 2008, he is an urban photographer interested in all aspects of the Tokyo Metropolis; its people, its infrastructure, and the endless stories that unfold in the city’s streets.
Gerri Mclaughlin Originally from Glasgow but based now in Basel, some years ago bought his first digital camera and started soon after to shoot Street Photography which has become his love and passion.
Michael Kennedy is an American photographer, writer, and reconteur who lives in Seoul. Although photography has always been his passport into other worlds, he has also managed to write hundreds of love letters to several women with names that begin with “S”.
Our special guest for the premier issue is Los Angeles-based Michael Dressel, a leading figure in contemporary street photography. We know readers will be rewarded by Dressel’s no-nonsense approach to photography on the mean streets of Los Angeles and Hollywood, where he has lived for over 30-years.
Starting with our second issue of ProgressivE-Zine, the magazine will offer detailed information about subscriptions, terms, costs and general conditions.
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It is simple: because ProgressivE-Zine will not be the usual street photography magazine.