Passerby: Connor Dudgeon's sensitive photographs that show loneliness and love in Japan

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In his touching series, Passerby, Toronto-based visual artist and photographer Connor Dudgeon uncovers the loneliness that seems so prevalent in Japan, as well as the tender moments people share with loved ones and close friends.

"Japan is currently experiencing an interesting time; having such a dense population," says Connor. "Although it would seem hard to find personal space, the difficulty of making a true connection with others has really grown. This series shows all aspects of this connection; time alone, close friendships and time with loved ones."

Connor studied Creative Photography at Humber College before embarking on a career in his craft. With an organic approach, his work shows a sense of candidness and trueness to the space and objects around him. Discover more at connordudgeonphoto.com or follow his latest adventures on Instagram.

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