Hi, I'm Tokyo Love-In
I'm a sound artist, multimedia producer & creative collaborator.
I love producing new & exciting projects with various artists from around the world!
Join me behind-the-scenes as we cause a ruckus
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Tokyo♥-In

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Projects:
Nights in Tokyo
Life on Top of Hyde Park

Mag from 'Punk Your Chucks', I love this guy! We met at the New York Independent Film Festival & have been great mates ever since! Mag customised a pair of Chucks for me putting the ‘Tokyo Love-In’ Girl on them.

Mag’s definitely on board as part of ‘Nights in Tokyo’ & will be exhibiting some of his hand-painted sneakers at the Epson gallery in Shinjuku!

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'Punk Your Chucks', a continuous-stills online asset we made for Mag who is an artist that customises sneakers. He’s painted chucks for celebrities like, Oprah, Will Smith, the cast of Twilight, Miley Cyrus & many more! Love his work!

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James Jirat Patradoon’s art in an animation for Ministry of Sound

James Jirat Patradoon is an Australian Artist/Illustrator. His frantic images are inspired hyper-masculine mythologies of of biker gangs, rockstars, pro wrestlers, secret societies, and Facebook. 

His works have been exhibited in Sydney, San Diego, and Bangkok; and have appeared in magazines such as Nylon Guys, ESPN, Complex, Acclaim, Empty, Beautiful/Decay and ILOVEFAKE. He has collaborated with such companies as Ubisoft, Adidas, Diesel, MTV, PepsiCo, Mambo, Grill’d, The Deftones and Ministry of Sound. 

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Yoyogi Park Rockabilly is a song written to capture the Rockabilly subculture in Tokyo. This piece will feature contemporary dancers reinterpreting the Rockabilly choreography in slow-motion.

This piece hopes to include the exceptional artwork of James Jirat Patradoon who is also influenced by Rockabilly subculture. James’ artwork will be animated & synchronised to the music & contemporary dance. We also aim to exhibit Patradoon’s original pieces at the Epson gallery in the heart of Shinjuku.

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Noriko Tadano - Japanese Shamisen. A recording session on Pete’s balcony in Sydney Australia, …a beautiful breeze, a chilled afternoon with ice tinkling in a glass and airplanes flying overhead… perfect.

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Studio Leda - Tokyo. A recording session with music director Kazu Watanabe (Wind Come Orchestra),  Jumpei Hashimoto (Tokyo Wind Orchestra) on drums, and ‘Sensei’ on piano. I love these guys, they are such amazing and talented musicians! A very productive day!

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Recording session with Kato playing Noh & Shinobue flutes, Kotsuzumi, and Noh vocals. Kato is an amazing artist with such refined discipline for these Japanese traditional arts.

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Recording Session - Tokyo. Kazu Watanabe organised an ensemble of traditional Japanese instrulmentalists - Nobu on Koto, Takeshi on Taiko, Kuma the ‘Kumachine’ on world percussion, Kazushi on Shamisen and Kazu on Gibson bass. It was a very long day, and we achieved a lot, producing some outstanding performances! Afterwards, we went out for dinner and drinks to celebrate! Kampai!

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