Born in Tokyo in 1980. Associate Professor, the Department of Integrated Design, Tama Art University. He specializes in design in the fields of action and intent based on the concept of cognitive design grounded in human perceptual abilities. In recent years, he has been exploring expressive techniques for creating a sense of movement and texture using only a few clues such as lines and dots, as well as the design of constraints for drawing out human creativity.
His main works include the design of IDs shown on the "2355/0655" NHK Educational TV programs, concept research for the exhibition "Measuring: This much, That much, How much?", and exhibition director for the exhibitions "Athlete" and "Rules?", all at 21_21 DESIGN SIGHT. His books include "Behavioral Economics Manga: HENT-ECONOMICS" (co-author, MAGAZINE HOUSE, Ltd.), Kansatsu-no-Renshuu "Exercises for Observation" (NUMABOOKS). Major exhibitions include "Aichi Triennale 2019: Taming Y/Our Passion (Aichi Prefectural Museum of Art, 2019), "Principles of Directionality" (SOBO, Tokyo, 2017), and "You Have to Use Your Imagination (Design Gallery 1953, Tokyo, 2019).