Born in Aichi, 1988. Karibe received a Bachelor of Psychology at Nanzan University in 2012. While at university, he studied in the U.K. and Johannesburg, working for a NGO controlling epidemics in South Africa. After working a few years in corporate banking, he became a freelance photographer. His practice explores themes of the uncernity of the boundary between the self and the other and the contingency of the world. He has earned both national and international acclaim for his work, which has appeared in numerous magazines, including the New York Times and the Washington Post.