We can provide all positions, production driver, assistant, DP, director, and producer required in assisting your production. Our experienced crews have worked in Hollywood film/Japan industry.

  • Hitoshi Yoshikawa-Director/Producer

    He has been working as a director/producer for a broad spectrum of projects ranging from music videos, commercials, films and more. His short film “Anne Jennings” was released in 2010 and won more than 10 awards in the U.S. and Japan. He produced several films including an award winning feature film starring Lauren Taylor, “Slit Mouth Woman in LA ”. A docufilm, “Wonder Women” produced by his company, has won the 2017 Daytime Emmy for Best Travel and Adventure Program. His latest feature film “Shambhala” will be released in Japan in 2018.

  • Hiroyuki Fukuda-Director of Photography/Camera Operator

    He has 20+ year experience as a camera operator and first AC in Hollywood and his recent work as a first AC is for “Song to Song”(2017), staring Ryan Gosling and Michael Fassbender, directed by Terrence Malick.
    He also works as DP for several films and his latest film “Shambhala” will be released in Japan in late 2018.

  • Kazuyuki Okada-Make-up Artist

    After 5 year experience as a hair stylist in japan, he moved to LA and graduated from a makeup school in Hollywood. He has been working on a lot of sets as a beauty or special effect make-up artist and now his areas of activity are expanding to magazine, music video(Katy Perry “Swish Swish”, Slayer “Playing with Dolls”, and KREAM “Taped Up Heart feat Clara Mae”), TV, and Film.

  • Hiroshi Takano-Art Director/Graphic Designer

    Since earning a master’s degree in filmmaking at New York Film Academy, he has been not only working as a DPT designer at an ad design company in LA, but he also has been offering a lot of artworks as an art director and a grahic designer in a variety of different fields, both inside and outside the U.S. In 2016, his T-shirt design won an award at the competition held by a collaboration of Disney Pixar and UNIQLO, which is a Japanese clothing company, then Monsters, Inc themed t-shirts that he designed were sold all over the world.