From Australia, Bachelor Business, Monash University, Australia. Neil has been in business in Japan and Asia for 36 years, working in marketing, branding, management, trade facilitation and business development. Neil implemented Australia's largest single international consumer marketing program. He is bilingual (English/Japanese).
Yoko studied at the international department of Sophia University and spent her high school years in the USA. She spent 22 years in hospital management and 28 years as an English instructor. Founded and has for 10 years been successfully running her own NPO in order to showcase Japanese culture to the world.
From Glasgow, Scotland. Paul holds an MA and M.Phil in English Literature from the University of Glasgow. Former writer and contributing editor to The Japan Times, Time Out Tokyo, Tokyo Weekender, the Telegraph, TokyoFashion, Stylus and Sportswear International. Currently Editor-in-Chief of Metropolis.
Born in California, Camille currently serves as the assistant editor at Metropolis. Bilingual in English and Japanese, she uses her writing and communication skills to translate, edit and create original content within the magazine’s production team. She was the art editor at Reed Magazine, the oldest literary journal in California, and a regular contributor at Metro, an alternative weekly newspaper covering culture and news in Silicon Valley. She holds a BA in English Literature from San Jose State University and has also studied film, art and political science at various campuses.
Visual Content Editor
Originally a Ukrainian who grew up in the vast wonders of New York City, Sonya has attended New York Film Academy in Los Angeles for a BFA in directing and screenwriting. Ever since, she has been writing and directing her own short films and TV dramas, sending them off to various film festivals. She is currently dedicated to produce quality video content for Metropolis Tokyo.
Born in Kobe, Hyogo. Lived and worked in Kobe, Osaka, Tokyo, Sydney and Honolulu. Resided in Sydney and Hawaii for 15 years. After graduating from school in Sydney, she worked for a Japanese travel agency for nine years, and proceeded to work in Japan for another four years. She joined Metropolis in 2007, and coordinates the print, web and social media surrounding the magazine. Niki has also worked for an advertising agency.