Born in Tokyo and studied photography at London College Communications, University of the Arts London.
Upon returning to Tokyo after the Great Eastern Earthquake in 2011, Moe self taught book binding skills and started a career as a visual
artist making numerous personal projects into hand bound art books. Her primary medium is photography, which is mixed with archival images and illustrations in order to tell narratives in the books and installations. She engages in visual expression on the subject of memories and landscapes that transform along the passage of time, changes in environment, development, disability and relationships within the community.
Her latest artist book Sokohi has received worldwide recognition, also exhibited worldwide in Tokyo, Kyoto, Singapore, Australia, Northern Ireland and France.
London College of Communications,University of the Arts London,
2004-2007 BA(Hons) Photography / London College of Communications, University of the Arts London, UK
2012-2014 Graphic Design / Kyoto University of Art and Design / Kyoto, Japan
Today's Island - dismantling / Green Thanks Supply, Tokyo
2021 Today’s Island / Green Thanks Supply, Tokyo
2017 Transformare / Uradana, Tokyo
2016 Behind Banyan Books / Kosumi Tosho Library, Tokyo
2015 Beginning of the Beginnings / Tokyo Metropolitan Senkawa Primary School, Tokyo
Asama International Photo Festival, Alt Photo, The Virtual Exhibition
Luma Rencontres de la photographie 2022 (Book Award) Arles, France
Open Call winners’ exhibition / Belfast Photo Festival, Northern Ireland
Kassel Dummy Award exhibition tour / Aarhus, Prague, Istanbul, Singapore, Hong Kong and more.
2019 Photobook as Object Exhibition / Reminders Photography Stronghold gallery, Tokyo
2016 The Library / Toki Art Space, Tokyo
2014 Graduation Show / Kyoto University of Art and Design
2007 Selected Graduates Show / AMV BBDO, London
2006 The Photographic Portrait Prize 2006 / National Portrait Gallery, London
The Fineman New Photography Award, Finalist
KG+ Select, Finalist
2019 Photobook as Object by Yumi Goto and Jan Rosseel
2017 Atlas Lab by Yumi Goto and Amak Mahmoodian
2022 Today's Island dismantling, self-published
2016 Sketchbook thinking through, self-published
2014 Living with the strangers, self-published
The Mainichi, The Braille Mainichi, IMA online, Bijutsu Techo, Capa Camera Web, AnOther online, Industrial Photography, BJP online