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Worked with photographer, Todd Fong, to develop a content site that made everyday life in Japan accessible to English speakers. Concept built upon 1 image, 100 words.
Over the past year, we created this piece in collaboration with Paralympian, Jarryd Wallace and Japanese prosthetics company, Xiborg. Thanks to our work, their team was able to acquire support for their new affordable running prosthetic that they'll be unveiling at the 2020 Paralympic Games in Tokyo.
Keiko The art of Yuzen Dyeing is a dwindling technique in the Kimono making process. In a traditionally male-dominated craft, Keiko is not only one of the few remaining masters, but one of the rare women to hold the title. An honest glimpse at the skills and emotions that have enabled her to persevere through adversity, delight in life's beauty and share her heart through her work.
In the Heart of Aizu While Japan continues to be one of the world's leading nations in the tech industry, the former Samurai town of Aizu-Wakamatsu is home to a handful of artisans that remain committed to their craft. An ancient tradition passed down through generations of Urushi Shokunin, the art of Urushiware is kept alive through the skill and dedication of these craftsmen. A labor of love held fast in an ever-increasingly commercialized society.
This was a fun interview that I did with the Japan Times. A quick way to understand how I think.
Gave a talk at Waseda University to answer the question: "How can we unlock the unlimited potential of Japanese students?"