New York–based culture website Portable recently published an interview with Jason “Giblin” Hindley on his photography, what inspires him, and his particular love of shooting in Japan, where he has regularly traveled from his home base of London for nearly two decades.
“His photography is terrifically understated,” writes Portable, “with the odd touch of a wickedly dark humour that is in turn, hilariously unexpected.”
Says Jason: “I find excitement in finding beauty in something mundane. Something most people might overlook. Photographing a stunning landscape or an amazing location is great too, of course. But it’s much more gratifying to capture an interesting image out of something very ordinary.”
Click here to read the “Jason Hindley’s Extraordinary Ordinary.”