Born in Tokyo, Japan. Spent childhood In London and Arlington, VA for 10 years.
Studied architecture at Waseda University in Tokyo.
As an architect, designed everything from furnitures to gymnasiums.
Seeking to fulfill my curiosity about the world around, I began studying, exploring, and experimenting with the world of photography.
My recent work is rooted in Japanese philosophy, which concentrates more on "the State" of things rather than "the Thing Itself".
My artworks do not actually move, but like a Zen garden if you stand in front of my work for a while, you can sense the different reality behind our world.
2009 Yokohama International Open-Ai ArtFair
2011 Yokohama International Open-Air ArtFair (Mayor's Award 2nd place)
2013 Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original (Best in Photography Award)
2014 Yokohama International Open-Air ArtFair,
Exhibited in Atlantic Gallery, NYC,
Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original (re-invited),
Exhibited in Gallery M+, Tokyo
2015 Ann Arbor Street Art Fair, the Original (re-invited)