Supporting production of TV programs with sensitivity and technology, breathing life into images.
At TVA (Tokyo Visual Arts College), I learned a lot about the basics of technology and what’s needed to create productions, but the most important of these was teamwork. Each person has a role and responsibilities, and the creation of productions only really starts when everyone works together. It was really new for me to create something together with others. In a sense, TVA was also my starting point in terms of connections with people, because I entered TVA right after arriving in Japan. The things my teachers taught me and told me still are very useful, and I remember them well. At the moment, I’m working doing video editing (as an off-line editor). In my work as an assistant for movies and dramas, doing tape transcription, subtitling, WEB, commercials, and VP, and on all kinds of productions and media, I intend to keep playing an active role in the future. There are lots of paths in life, so if you find something you want to do, then choose what you like, and you decide on this school, take that chance and do your best! It is a big chance to enter the college and you should be proud of being chosen to study here. At the beginning, you won't know anything, so I think naturally you might encounter trouble, make mistakes, and sometimes fail. But if you try doing your best, I'm sure people will see your effort and you'll be fine! Don’t overdo it, but try your best!