Emphasizing on color and form is important in my artworks. It has become a way for me to relate with the human psyche and existence. I am interested in how we instinctively react to color with innate responses. I allow individual pieces to present different emotional drama, whether it is based on vulnerability, chaos, or inquisitiveness. Also using particular color combinations can hold cues to anthropological and cultural histories. I believe this intimate experience translates as a visual language and offers dialogues that lead to questions of how we mark ourselves in time.
Education: University of University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa, BFA. Born in Hyogo, Japan currently works and lives in Honolulu Hawai‘i.