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University of Oregon (Japanese)
I'm recently back in Eugene, after working in Tokyo for 3 years as a kid's art teacher and freelance illustrator. I love working with kids, and have over 5 years of combined experience in both America and Japan. My lessons are fun and creative, yet packed full of learning. At my last job, Gymboree Play and Music, I was trained extensively on how to meet different cognitive milestones for growing minds - and how to do so using art, music, and body movement.
I have my bachelors in Fine Art and Japanese from the U of O. I also speak Japanese at a business level.
I worked as a children's art teacher in Japan for 3 years. I also work as an illustrator, and have shown my work in Tokyo and London.
I lived and worked in Japan for 3 and a half years. In that time I worked as a freelance translator, and as an in house translator for Wooly Arts magazine.
I look forward to working with you to create a fun and creative lesson tailored to your needs! I'm recently back in Eugene, after working in Tokyo for 3 years as a kid's art teacher and freelance illustrator. I love working with kids, and have over 5 years of combined experience in both America and Japan. My lessons are fun
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