Frank has been working all of his career to develop new medicines. He used to have a successful blog about computer technologies in the mid 90's. When Twitter was born, he felt it was a great opportunity to go back to what he was doing back in 95 in an easier way and share with the world what he discovered. In 2011, just after the Fukushima nuclear disaster he felt the need to capture the beauty of Tokyo in case as many feared, people would need to evacuate. Since then, he is sharing his unique street photography of Tokyo's daily life.
Can you name some one-of-a-kind Twitter accounts that you follow?
How do you imagine Twitter changing?
eventually we will be hit by publicity ...that will spur the birth of another platform mimicking the original Twitter
What's the funniest celebrity tweet you saw in this past year?
I honestly do not follow what celebs say on Twitter.
How do you make your tweets unique?
I like to teach people something they should know about, either a story that just broke up, some life lessons or make them laugh.
How do you or your organization use social media? What makes your use unique?
Frank always carries a camera with him wherever he goes. His ability to quickly find and share human emotions, candid moments and beauty hidden in our daily life with his lenses makes him a very unique photographer. His work is shared daily on various photo sites like Instagram, Flickr, Tumblr, Facebook and Twitter.
His Camera bag includes: a Canon 60D, 18-130mm kit lens, 70-300mm IS USM L, Sigma 30mm F1.4 HSM, 100mm Macro USM, 10-18mm UW IS and an iPhone6. To date, he has shared over 7000 photos he took on Social Medias.