Completed studies at the Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo University of the Arts. In his works made using mainly computer graphics, he has been exploring ways of relating to video in the digital age. "Pixel Forest" (14th Japan Media Arts Festival) and "Narrative Kinetics" (12th Japan Media Arts Festival, 31st Tokyo Video Festival, Image Forum Festival 2009, etc.) have been shown at numerous occasions in Japan and abroad. His latest works include "Pixel Landscape" (Yokosuka Museum of Art, Kanagawa, 2014), in which ink painting motifs are depicted by means of pixel animation, and "How to move a body" (TECHNE, NHK Educational TV) focusing on the "wipe" video technique.