GOMA is a player of the wind instrument didgeridoo,developed by the Indigenous Australian Aborigines,and is a painter.
In 1998, Goma became the first non-indigenous person to win the Northern Land Council prize at the Barunga didgeridoo competition held in Australia Arnhem Land and had been working actively in and out of Japan.
In 2009, Goma was involved in a near-fatal car accident resulting in traumatic cerebral damage and a long recovery process.
Still, he began to draw intricate pointillism just 2 days after the accident, which led to many solo exhibitions such as in BACKWOODS GALLERY (2016) and Shinjuku Takashimaya Art Gallery (2018 / 2019).
In 2012, he appeared in the movie “Flashback Memories 3D, ” where he is the main character and won the Audience Award at the Tokyo International Film Festival. Goma also composed the entrance song for the 2021 Tokyo Paralympic Games.
In 2022 he was the music director of a theatre play, “Stitchers,” to which he also contributed artworks appearing in the play. Goma’s Seika Mandala is stored in Hitachikuni Soushagu Shrine, an ancient shrine with a thousand years of history.