Satoshi Saitoh was born in 1982 in Nagano, Japan and graduated from the Department of Sculpture at Tokyo Zokei University. Saitoh's sculptures use camphor wood as the main body and apply the ash and pigments that are used in Japanese painting. Born in a gardening family, Saitoh's growing environment always revolves around trees. To Saitoh, woodcarving is an indispensable way to express a scene. He connects various elements around him, such as regional culture, biological activities, emotions, society, and thoughts. Saitoh's works include both peaceful dolls and abstract works. Through his works, he expresses the ambiguous and nostalgic feelings of human memory. Starting from 2009, Saitoh has hosted several solo exhibitions in Tokyo and Nagano. He has also participated in the 2014, 2016, and 2017 Art Kaohsiung Art Fair. In 2017, he joined the Young Art Taipei Art Fair and continuously participated in the Art Taipei Art Fair in 2018 and 2019. In 2018, he also took part in the Art FORMOSA Art Fair. Saitoh also has experience in participating in art fairs in London, Milan, Paris, Brussels, and Germany, etc.