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Back Issues

The first issue of Stekki Magazine came out in July of 2013. Designed eventually to be in print, the magazine was conceived as a showcase for the work of a broad range of photographers based in Japan; photography students, hobbyists and professionals. So far, Stekki has featured the work of around 12 different photographers, mostly drawn from the students that Alfie Goodrich works with in the course of his teaching photography in Japan.

The magazine is solely produced by Alfie and fitting it into his schedule as a working photographer has, some months, proved to be quite a challenge. As Stekki moves towards its broader aims of providing a platform for the representation of photographers based in Japan, Alfie will be building more of a team around him and the magazine will become a regular, monthly, activity.

See the back issues of Stekki on this page. Clicking on each cover will take you to, where the magazines are presented as full interactive, flipping-page publications. At Issuu you can also download each issue as a PDF.

The most recent issue is here.

Stekki Magazine


Issue 13 of Stekki Magazine

No.13 Gwenny & Aki in Yutenji



Stekki magazine no.12

No.12 In Akabane with Paul Rasmussen

Stekki number 11 Hasselblad special edition

No.11 Hasselblad Workshop in Meijimura

Hasselblad special edition

No.10: Hasselblad Discovery Workshop, Hyuga, Japan.

Location portrait photography workshop in Tokyo

No.9 Location Portrait Workshop Special

Stekki number 8

No.8 featuring Nuno Moneira, loads of fashion shoots & a trip over the Japanese Alps.

Street photography in Tokyo

No.7 Workshop Special: Express Yourself in Monochrome

Mari Hirao in Kamakura

No.6 Mari Hirao in Kamakura

Fashion photography in Tokyo

No.5 Cynthia Popper in Tokyo

Location fashion photography in Tokyo

No.4 William Ishiwata & Noriko Nakamuma

Photography tours in Tokyo

No.3 Street photography with Shelly Han

Fashion photography in Tohoku

No.2 Tohoku Workshop Special

Fashion photography on location in Tokyo

No.1 In Tokyo with Mari Nishimura