Thursday, May 27, 2010

     

Sugizo.

Sugizo, Ashinoko Lake, Japan, Dec 2009

This shoot makes one of my most beautiful memories, ever.


I first fell in love with Sugizo when I saw his movie, Soundtrack, when I was 14.  There was certain tension and intensity to the way he played the violin that was different from how he was with the guitar.

When he played for me by Ashinoko Lake in the freezing cold during the shoot, I thought I was going to cry.

It was so surreal.

So breathtaking. So heartbreakingly beautiful.


Sugizo-san, thank you.

15 comments :

farina said...

wow. i can imagine how it was.

ihz said...

I could feel how beautiful it was from your words. Nice picture as usual and thank you for sharing :)

Ayden said...

Beautiful photograph! I love the lighting in this.

exoskelet0n said...

a gorgeous picture of a gorgeous man.

dreamtomatoes said...

I'm glad you got to have such a great experience. I hope you get many more to come. :]

Hannah Bacalla said...

Very dramatic. I absolutely love this.

fairy fairuz said...

I've been waiting for this,when you mentioned you met Sugizo.love it love it!I bet I'd cry too..

thank you for sharing :)

7829 said...

Breathtaking. Thank you very much for taking such pretty photos and sharing for the pleasure of our eyes =)!

Ligeia said...

this shot is living art
both in front and behind the lenses

<3

Fleur Mirage said...

Gorgeous <3

Josephine Sicad said...

I can't wait to check out your gallery exhibition soon!
Hope I get to bump into you Jingna!!!
You've been such an inspiration to me,too!!!

Richard Ibrahim said...

i can imagine the feeling in this.... so beautiful :)

Betsy said...

I would die to hear Sugizo play in front of me, let alone play FOR me....envious :)

Denise said...

so surreal... this is a great portrait....

MiaElisabeth said...

That feeling really comes out of the portrait... amazing work. you are an inspiration.

Mia