Yoshie has been working professionally in various arenas of the entertainment business since 1983. She began her journey singing with her father and found her own expression in the field of dance. From there, she made the move into acting and print work and enjoyed her pursuits in front of the camera for a number of years.
At the same time, she was working continuously in the field of costuming, something she still enjoys doing when an interesting project comes along, particularly in historical costuming.
She became established as a cable producer in 2007 with her four-part series “Let Me Walk This Path” for EWTN, which spanned over three hundred years of Japanese history.
Being well-versed in both the creative and storytelling aspects of film making, as well as logistics and budgets, she is has produced and scripted award winning documentaries for PBS and continues to work both on independent documentaries and scripted narrative for others, in addition to her own films.
Yoshie holds a BA in Art History from the University of California, Riverside, and a MA in Producing Film and Video at the American University in Washington, DC and is a member of the National Television Academy.
Our production team is comprised of multiple associates in various disciplines of film and video production, as well as historical experts, who are matched with projects as appropriate.