Born in 1979 in Hamamatsu City, Shizuoka Prefecture. Graduated from the Department of Design at Tokyo Zokei University in 2001. An image installation called "Perspective of the Globe Jungle", utilizing a rotating playground equipment known as "globe jungle", won the annual first prize at the NHK Digital Stadium. Since exhibiting his work at the Ars Electronica Festival - the media art event in Linz, Austria - has been invited to show his works at many exhibitions and art festivals in Japan and abroad.
In 2002, received the Grand Prize at the Philip Morris Art Award for "inter-reflection."
The "Blinking Leaves" released in 2003 at the Spiral Garden is continuing to be shown at art museums and public spaces. In 2009, was in charge of the art direction of the "Digital Public Art in Haneda Airport - Please watch your step" project. His work "Constellation of Departure" received the Good Design Award. A book "Digital Public Art in Haneda Airport" documenting the art project was published in 2010.(Co-authored and published by Bijutsu Shuppan)
The "Zipper Ship" shown at the Setouchi Triennale 2010 drew strong attention. In 2011, held solo exhibition at the Hamamatsu Municipal Museum of Art. A zipper-shaped boat, modeled after his "Zipper Ship" debuted on Lake Hamana, and other projects were also held at the Hamamatsu City Office and in the regional shopping areas. Received the "Artist from Hamamatsu" Award - an award given by Hamamatsu City to promote education and culture. The book "Mabataki to Habataki (Blinking and Fluttering)" containing his first portfolio, was published by Seigensha Art Publishing.