In 2002, Enseki started experimenting with her father’s camera whilst studying for her first degree, BA International Education at Tokyo Gakugei University. In 2003, she went to London to study photography at the University of Westminster and in 2007 completed her second degree in BA Photographic Arts.
Also in 2003, Enseki won her first award, the Corporation of London Special Award, at the Picture Editors Awards, which marked the first professional acclaim of her talent. In 2008, she won awards at the PX3 Prix De La Photographie Paris and more recently in 2012, at the International Photography Awards.
Specialising in Still Life, Enseki has developed a style that is clearly identifiable as her own with a strong sense of composition and mood, which has delighted many. For over a decade she has exhibited regularly and has continued to delight audiences and collectors alike.
Since Enseki first started using Hasselblad film cameras at university she has been a devotee and for the last two years has been working closely with Hasselblad.