JANE Z’s first ever Japan performance

March 30, 2009

With SET Japan responsible for stage, lighting and filming, it was a busy night for our crew. But all went hiccup free. Jane’s performance was very solid, she seems to combine all the elements of a big star, great voice, charisma, comfortable on stage, confident etc  with a very tangible human quality about her, which can only be a plus. We wish her luck. 


Jennifer Lopez In Tokyo

March 30, 2009

J’Lo popped over to promote the new line of bags from Japanese brand Samantha Thavasa, er…not bad work if you can get it, lets leave it at that.


GLITTER Magazine March 09

March 24, 2009

Spent 5 days on the Gold Coast with Glitter Magazine, shooting their piece on the area, height of summer in Aus at the time thought sod it to the Japanese winter and stayed and extra 2 and half weeks. The things you can do when you are your own boss hey.

A total of 27 pages this month.

Capricine Lingerie Show

March 12, 2009

Had the chance to take a few snaps at Capricine Lingerie Show for buyers only, at a small place in Nishi Azabu, I think the show went down well, and there seemed to be a lot of interest afterwards, congrats to Rinko the designer.


Pecha Kucha

March 9, 2009

While in Australia last month I was fortunate enough to be invited to speak at the Brisbane chapter of Tokyo’s own Pecha Kucha. Held at one of the country’s finest venues, the Powerhouse, a crowd of about 300 gathered to hear me give a very speedy run through my take on the current creative climate in Tokyo and a little on what SET does. Big thanks to the organizers for letting me jump in at the last minute and my fan club in the front row. Very impressed with the standard of presentations and the talented people I met afterwards.

Greg@PK by Camera Obscura

Chiba san’s Incredible Car Collection! New SET HD video

March 7, 2009

This is the house that me and Sato san went too!  This place is incredible!  Arigoto Sato sama!

The possibilities for QR are truly Global

March 3, 2009

Check out this article on the Guardian website, quite interesting.