Go Nakamura was born in Tokyo and moved to Hawaii at the age of 16. He started his photography career as a wedding photographer at La-Vie Photography, known for professional wedding photography with high fashion and artistic photos, but developed his own journalistic documentary approach. In 2009 he moved to New York. He has photographed weddings, art exhibitions, commercials but also various historical events around the world, most recently STS-135: Space Shuttle Atlantis’ final launch in Florida; Occupy Wall Street protests in New York; First Tattoo Conventions in Washington, D.C.; Tohoku, Japan following the devestating earthquake and tsunami.


–  Sunrise Fest, A day for you & Japan 3.11 Memorial, March 2012,
Public Assembly, NY
–  Pray For Japan – Silent Auction Benefit Art Show, March 2012, Con
Artist Gallery, NY
–  Report From Japan, July 2011, Graphite, NY
–  100 Artist Show, January 2011, Ouchi Gallery, NY
–  Group Art Show Lineage, September 2010, Brooklyn Waterfront Artists
Coalition, NY
–  Go Nakamura Photo Exhibit Collaboration with Kazuko Mausner Trio,
May 2010, Church School Street Music and Art, NY


–  Sotokoto, November 2010 (Magazine),  KIRAKUSHA, Inc., Japan
–  Hawaiian Mana Miracle, October 2009 (Book), Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha,Ltd., Japan
–  Hawaii Style No.18, July 2009 (Magazine), Ei-Publishing Co Ltd., Japan
–  Misty, July edition 2009 (Magazine), Jitsugyo no Nihon Sha, Ltd., Japan
–  Hawaii-bon for Wahine, March 2008 (Magazine), Ei-Publishing Co Ltd., Japan
–  Hawaii Bride & Groom, Spring/Summer edition 2008, Hawaii Bride & Groom, Hawaii
… and others.