- Cafe des Deux Magots, November 1993
- Rue Becquerel - "brick wall", February 1992
- Rue de Rivoli - "rooftops", April 1992
- Restaurant Vero-Dodat, Paris, 2001
- Rue du Faubourg St-Martin "Studio", Paris, 1994
- Rue Saint-Honore "Glasses", 1992
- Quai des Orfevres #4, 1991
- Quai de Bourbon - "steps" December , 1990
In Seike’s pictures of Paris, there is an ethereal quality that prevails throughout his work. Indeed, he manages to capture the quiet moments in life most people fail to notice by expertly balancing between the abstract and traditional, using only natural light and attributing common daily scenes with greater meaning through his compositions.
Seike’s exquisite small format works further highlight the intimacy of the scenes he captures through their size, forcing the viewing to get up close to absorb every detail. This series conveys a strong sense of melancholy – akin to scenes of ‘la vie de bohème’ which made Paris what it is today - capturing the timeless essence of the city.