Kami (神) are the spirits or phenomena of nature that are worshipped in Shinto, the traditional religion of Japan. They can be elements of the landscape, forces of nature, animals, ancestral spirits and embodiments of virtuous qualities. In Shinto, Kami are not separate from nature but are of nature. They are manifestations of Musubi (結び), the interconnecting energy of the universe.
Kami are believed to be hidden from this world, and inhabit a complementary existence that mirrors our own;
Digital artist and designer embarking on unique explorations into the realms of creativity.
Much of his gallery work is thematically centred on transformation, archetypal forces, shifting paradigms, animals, mythology and shamanic symbolism.
Imagination / Dreams / Visions / Life