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Naoki Gaman: el paquete perfecto

Naoki Gaman, fotógrafo, ciclista de BMX , y todo extraordinario. Gaman proviene de Aomori, una pequeña ciudad al norte de Japón. Naoki Gaman comenzó a tomar fotos con sólo una cámara de teléfono móvil y se trasladó gradualmente a una DSLR. Su amor por la fotografía surgió naturalmente como lo hizo la BMX.

Naoki Gaman
Crédito: Azusa Nigo Adachi

Naoki fell in love with BMX riding by chance. Specifically, Naoki remembers Stumbling upon a BMX article in a fashion magazine while studying in college to become an art teacher major this led to her newfound love the sport. When asked to describe how riding feels she let us know that words could not describe the joy it brings her.

Even when faced with injuries, she will get back up and ride again unscathed. Although Naoki finds BMX riding to be invigorating, you will hardly ever see her without her camera in tow.

Naoki Gaman
Crédito: Azusa Nigo Adachi

Naoki adores BMX; a fond memory of hers was traveling Austin Texas, USA in 2016. Arriving with her Camera and BMX bicycle in tow she fulfilled a dream she always had; to travel with her skill. Armed with exceptional photos she was ready and willing to upload her content to the Japanese media. Still Gaman was faced with an issue; there was no platform to do so. Armed with a vision she went ahead to create a photo book entitled «BMX GIRLS AUSTIN». The traction she gained from that book launched her heavily into her role as a sports photographer.

Naoki Gaman
Crédito: Azusa Nigo Adachi

El grupo demográfico de Japón está muy sobrepoblado. Gaman, habiendo lidiado con la afluencia de personas desempleadas a su alrededor; se volvió muy agradecido por la oportunidad que su conjunto de habilidades le ha asignado. Después de haber abordado el tema de la accesibilidad laboral, ella está muy contenta de proveer para sí misma usando el deporte que ama, y planea devolver a la comunidad proporcionando un área que los respectivos talentos pueden venir a mostrar sus habilidades.

Life goes in the direction we look at, and the best thing to do is to try and have fun while doing it.

– Naoki Gaman

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