Azusa has been creating lighting design for a range of live performances and art forms for 20 years.
After studying fine art in Japan, trained at the Royal Central School of Speech and Drama in the UK, graduating in 2007.
Stage credits include:
Henry V (Sam Wanamaker Playhouse / UK tour); Watch on the Rhine / A Doll's House, Part 2 (Donmar Warehouse); Much Ado About Nothing (RSC Stratford-upon-Avon); Can I Live? / Copyright Christmas / Smack That (Barbican Theatre); Walden (Harold Pinter Theatre); Blue Orange / Concubine (Birmingham Rep); Crash (Chivaree Circus Winterville); Love Lies Bleeding (The Print Room); Thick As Thieves (for Clean Break / UK tour); Abandon (Lyric Hammersmith); Effigies of Wickedness (Gate Theatre & for ENO); Yvette (Royal Festival Hall / UK tour); Cuttin’ It (Young Vic / UK tour); Moot Moot (The Yard); Killer (Shoreditch Town Hall); Darkness Darkness (Nottingham Playhouse); I Know All The Secrets In My World (Derby Theatre / UK tour); Dot, Squiggle and Rest (Royal Opera House Clore Studio); Peddling (59E59 NY / UK tour); We Are Proud…(Bush Theatre) and The Love song of Alfred J Hitchcock (Curve Theatre Leicester / International tour).
More stage shows:
Other projects include:
The Sleeping Tree (Brighton Dome); COP27 Health Pavilion Exhibition (Sharm El Sheikh Egypt); Lisa Eldridge Cosmetic Boutique Installation (Covent Garden Store); Aurora (Toxteth Water Reservoir Liverpool); Tate Live Exhibition – Joan Jonas (Tate Modern); Tom Dixson - Milan Design Week (CASA DELL’OPERA, Milan, Italy); Illuminight (Tabacco Dock); Birkenstock Installation (PITTI UOMO, Florence, Italy); Art Night Flowering Transition (New Covent Garden Market); Hotei Live Streaming (British Grove Studio); Becoming Invisible (Bascule Chamber Tower Bridge); Raf Simons Installation (The Dairy); Watches of Switzerland Exhibition (The Saatchi Gallery); Photographers Exhibition (Photographers Gallery); Mr. Hare Exhibition (The Printing Room); Fanfared (Crucible Sheffield) and Kairos Opera (V&A Museum).