Welcome to the officially official website of the official Joseph Tame, a Tokyo-based Brit from the West of England, now living with his wife, two sons, and lots of yellow duct tape in central Tokyo.
Joseph is Founder and Chief Wildlife Officer at Wild Tame Co., Ltd (a creative agency and video production house located in central Tokyo), a public performance artist, and a marathon runner.
Sometimes he combines all of these into one.
Find out what he’s doing right now, here.
Joseph loves collaborative projects – find out more about working with him here.
The 2014 Tokyo Marathon was Joseph’s biggest challenge to date. Join Joseph on the 42km course as he attempts the impossible, this time wearing a 360 degree camera
If there's one thing that an LED body-suit is good for, it's making a splash on the streets at night. Running Night Out Vol. 2, organised in collaboration with gloryapparel and live stream producers virgin earth inc, saw my leading 100+ runners on a special GPS course...
September 3rd saw me at Nike’s flagship Harajuku store to lead an event for Nike+ Campus Run Club
My most challenging Running Art project to date: a 385km version of the official Olympic emblem GPS tracked across Tokyo
With the birth of our first child fast approaching, I’ve been feeling increasing pressure to prepare myself.
Discovery Channel’s Daily Planet was in Japan recently as part of an Asia Tech Week, covering robots and runners
Painting the streets with the help of 10 metres of LEDs, a micro controller and long-exposure photography.
The idea of my running 100m for every ‘Like’ Nike Running Japan received on Facebook started out as a joke – but then somehow became a reality.
December 2011 saw me in Paris, taking to the main stage at LeWeb’11 to present the ultimate SoLoMo machine
A rash promise made during a public presentation resulted in my having to tackle a symbol of Japanese cuteness
Yesterday I ran the final 5km leg of an Ekiden (relay race). Myself and My friends were just two teams amongst hundreds that ran the 23km course along the Tama river. The weather was perfect for running - blue skies, but not too hot. Looking at my stats on runkeeper,...