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Satoshi Takahashi

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Satoshi Takahashi is a Japanese photojournalist. He was born in 1981 in Akita, Japan. He studied photography at Japan University College of Art Department of Photography. Satoshi began his career as a freelance photojournalist in Cambodia since 2007. He had spent 11 years in the country covering social issues. In October 2018, Satoshi went back to Japan and currently he has been focusing on documenting stories of vanishing cultures in Akita prefecture concurrently with covering Cambodia. His photos have been published in newspapers, magazines around the world. In March 2019, Satoshi was awarded "Domon Ken Award" for his latest photo book "RESISTANCE" that is the compilation of his work in Cambodia from 2013 to 2018, covering the social movements to struggle against the dictatorship. This award is one of Japan's most celebrated documentary photographic awards. And also, his works are featured as the permanent collections of the Ken Domon Museum of Photography.

Satoshi's Awards

Fighting for Social Justice
2022One Shot Photo Contest

Fighting for Social Justice


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