TOKYO IS A BEAST of a city. Billions of moments passing in a day – expressions that last a second. A woman watching paper flutter from the ceiling, serving drinks at a baseball game, or a thousand faces leaving the rail station.
There in a sea of people. Missed. Lost.
Photographer Alex Lee slows down Tokyo moments and pulls out some of the tiny stuff that just slips by. Drawn out and polished, it’s surprising just how much poignancy slips your perception every second of the day.