Everett Kennedy Brown is a Kyoto based American artist, writer and director of the Kyoto Kaisho foundation. He is a writer of books in Japanese and frequently lectures on cultural and arts topics. He is known internationally for his experimental approach to early photographic processes as an integral part of his deeply intuitive visual exploration of Japanese deep culture. His work has been featured on CNN Style, NHK Television, TED talks, GEO France, and other international media. His work is in the permanent collections of major international museums. In 2013 he was awarded the Japanese Government's Cultural Affairs Agency Commissioner's Award for his creative activities.
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