その後、「ラフォーレ原宿」での個展を皮切りにプロのアート・ディレクターやデザイナーとして活動し、現在、「デジコニックグラファー（digital ＋ iconic ＋ grapher）」と自称し、独自の作品をネットなどで発表しつつ、日本語講師や言語学研究者として活動。基本、東京在住。
He was born in Nara City, Japan, and spent his childhood in New York and his youth in Fukuoka.
After dropping out of the Tokyo University of Foreign Studies, he began his career as a Japanese language researcher.
In addition to his work, he is also involved in creative activities such as music, painting, and literature and won the Grand Prix in an art audition sponsored by Sony Music Entertainment.
Then he also began his career as a professional art director and designer, starting with a solo exhibition at Laforet Harajuku.
He currently calls himself a "digiconicgrapher (digital + iconic + grapher)," presenting his original works on the Internet and other media while working as a Japanese language teacher and a linguist.
He spends most of the year in Tokyo.