From live events to studio recording, producing to managing, LOE has worked with an international roster of musicians including the London Symphony Orchestra, Michael Nyman and Sir Yehudi Menuhin.
Organising exhibitions, co-ordinating international events, sourcing talent and products are all activities LOE undertakes for our fashion clients, which include the acclaimed Japanese fashion designer Hiroko Koshino.
LOE produces news features, documentaries, arranges syndication and licensing and coordinates interviews for TV, radio and press, with a particular depth of knowledge in aspects of Japanese culture.
Working with government departments, international brands, galleries and arts institutions, LOE has co-ordinated exhibitions, conducted research and launched and promoted products, with a predilection for linking Japan and the UK.
Our philanthropic venture brings music, drama and art to the socially excluded and deprived through expert facilitators. Hiroshi Kato is also involved in charitable projects in many war-torn countries, visiting Iraq, Bosnia, Taiwan and other countries in his pursuit of humanitarian aid.
A fascination with physics and the practices of ancient Japan is behind Hiroshi Kato and fellow MD John Gaydon’s advocacy of Bioceramica, a powerful ceramic that energises and purifies water, air and food. Manufactured from a clay found near Ena mountain, midwest Japan, the main UK distributor is LOE sister company Living Energy.