Our Contributors to the DOGTokyo2017 Project
We have included a list below of the contributors currently engaged in the DogToyko2017 art installation project.
Contemporary Fine Artist - DogToyko2017
Akane Takayama is a contemporary artist who works with PebbleStudioLondon.
Webmaster & Social Media Manager - DogToyko2017
Barrie runs his own organisation, Simplink Communications, which provides a range of web based services to international businesses. He is a consultant to PebbleStudioLondon and a key motivator in the delivery of the artistic vision of Akane Takayama.
Mr Ueda - Head Teacher
Mr Ueda is the Education Consultant for the DOGTokyo2017 project in Japan. He has been the prime mover in establishing the cultural exchange programme which sits behind the work.
１９５８年 １月２７日 熊本県生まれ
２００８年 八王子市立柏木小学校 副校長
Project Director - DOGTokyo2017
Jack Adams is the Project Director for the works of Akane Takayama. He oversees everything from logistics to copywriting to delivery management. Jack is an historian and has a skill set in Comparative Mythology which is highly unusual. In his work as the Project Director of PebbleStudioLondon, Jack engages with academics and Universities across the world to provide support, lectures, talks and consultation on a range of subjects and issues. He has worked with field leaders in Housing Policy, Pro Bono Legal Support, National Asylum Policy, Social Poverty, Miscarriage of Justice and Human Rights issues in general. He was also a Visiting Lecturer at the University of the Arts in London.
Jack has been an invited speaker for the first United Nations Conference on Public Service Broadcasting in Mexico in 2010, the keynote speaker for the Conference on Mythology at Jendouba University, Tunisia, in 2014 and has run workshops on the Grail Quest, Mythology and History, Poetry as Performance and The Business of Men.
Professional Photographer - DogToyko2017
To learn more about Masanori’s work, please visit his website at http://www.ihsahakatironasam.com and click on the image that appears on the first page. The basis of his work is the doubt about photographs, images and eyes. He takes advantage of photographs to think about this.
Translator - DogToyko2017
Natsuki Nishi takes up an internship with PebbleStudioLondon for work on the DOGTokyo2017 installation by Akane Takayama. Nishi-san has experience as an Anglo-Japanese translator and has also worked in social media marketing. The studio is pleased to offer her opportunities to work with this exciting international contemporary art installation. We are extremely happy with her proposed involvement with the cross-cultural, educational exchange between English and Tokyo primary schools, which is an innovative feature of Takayama’s work.
Born in Tokyo, Japan, she has always had a keen interest in movies, books and TV dramas from foreign countries. After studying English literature at Meiji University, she entered a translation school. Nishi-san worked for a translation company for six years before deciding to come to London to expand her career.
Official Photographer - DogToyko2017