Daisuke Yokota (b. 1983), Foam’s 2016 Paul Huf Award winner, is regarded as one of the most exciting and innovative young Japanese photographers working today. Yokota produces atmospheric works by flowing easily between analog and digital processes to achieve beautifully degraded and layered images. His Taratine series combines more recent photographs of his girlfriend with earlier road trip images of clouds and landscapes. Yokota’s work is currently on view at Japan Society in their In the Wake exhibition.