Kenji graduated with a distinction in Master of Design from Curtin University of Technology, Australia after receiving professional design training from Japan in the early nineties.
Accumulating 20 years of relevant job experiences as a creative practitioner, Kenji has also been passionately teaching as a design educator for the past 10 years.
We are now living in era of visual culture and digital age. Images are all around us. Visual imagery is becoming dramatically and increasing important.
It has impact and influence on our attitudes, beliefs, values, culture, the way we communicate and interact with each other and lifestyle. Yet, many of us are still visually illiterate in this visually-oriented society.
Visual Literacy is the 21st century absolute necessary skillset; equipping you with the ability to see, understand, and ultimately to think, create and communicate graphically.