Akiko Morita is an English speaking Japanese photographer/videographer, with three years of professional experience, works for leading travel and media companies internationally, including Expedia, Booking.com, BBC and Princess Cruises. Akiko has had solid photo/video work experience, visited 13 cities and photographed at more than 120 locations for her assignments, giving her various skills and an ability to work as a team in an international setting.

Akiko studied Styles in Art at Sotheby’s Institute of Art as well as History of Art and Sociology at Goldsmiths, University of London. She also received training for travel videos in Brisbane, Australia.

After living and working for more than a decade in London, UK, returning to Japan led her to extend her career as a travel photographer. Open and confident in a multi-cultural environment, her experience of living abroad brought a rich cultural, historical and intellectual understanding of Asia and Europe. This unique and cross-cultural experience allows Akiko to take her work from a more compelling and localised perspective, which translates in her images and professional work.

As an avid traveler and photography enthusiast, Akiko’s dream of traveling the world as a photo/videographer has come true. She is willing to share an inspiration with her worldwide audiences. Akiko is originally from Japan and is currently under her photo/video assignment, traveling the world for her clients.

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The Story Bridge is a heritage-listed steel cantilever bridge spanning the Brisbane River that carries vehicular, bicycle and pedestrian traffic between the northern and the southern suburbs of Brisbane, Queensland, Australia. It is the longest cantilever bridge in Australia. The bridge is part of Bradfield Highway (15) and connects Fortitude Valley to Kangaroo Point. The Story Bridge opened in 1940 and was tolled until 1947. It is named after prominent public servant, John Douglas Story.

The Story Bridge in Brisbane, Australia
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