Worked mainly as a freelance programmer (specializing in NEXTSTEP programming) .
Served as a member of the administrative team for Keio University Shonan Fujisawa Campus Media Center. The administrative team was responsible for setting up the audio visual, network and database planning for the Media Center.
Served as a member of the Executive Reseach Team for JTNET (Council for Advanced Communication Network). Directed the Internet live broadcast of Ryuichi Sakamoto's 1995 Japan Tour "D&L". This was the first cybercasting in Japan.
Co-founded, Dabb Incorporated.
Directed the Internet live broadcasts of Ryuichi Sakamoto's "Trio" world tour.
Directed the Internet live broadcast of Ryuichi Sakamoto and Toshio Iwai'sperformance, "Music Plays Images X Images Play Music" at Art Tower Mito in Ibaraki, Japan.
Founded, Digitiminimi Incorporated.
Directed the Internet live broadcast of Ryuichi Sakamoto's Japan Tour "f".
Developed the programs, "MaiLED" and "Remote Applause" for the "f" tour. The technological developments made for this event were presented at the Internet Conference '97 in Yokohama, Japan.
Created the program to manage user expiration for various web servers; the first implementation of this was the members only web site, "tokyoDECADENCE". This site was produced by Ryu Murakami, one of Japan's leading novelists.
Created the "E-ticket" system, a paper-less digital ticketing system.
"E-ticket" was used for Ryuichi Sakamoto and Toshio Iwai's concert series, "MPIXIPM" in Tokyo, Japan.
Directed "MPIXIPM" Internet live broadcast --- these broadcasts were internationally recognized as one of the first Internet broadcasts to charge an access fee and attract a large audience.