I graduated in 1999 from Hertfordshire University with a BSc (Hons) in Software Systems for the Arts and Media - a science degree studied at the arts faculty.
I predominantly work in 3D animation, video & motion design. Over the last few years I've also ventured into designing visitor attractions, working on both the production and narrative design.
I honed my 3D & VFX skills with five years working as a bio medical visualiser. Our work won many industry awards including platinum & gold Pixie, Davey, Telly and Empixx.
In the past few of years, I've worked on visitor attractions, a planetarium video, the world's largest touring magic show, some projection mapping art commissions, a Broadway and West End show.
For around 20 years I've been making digital, interactive and audio-visual art. I started creating VJ sets for London clubs such as The End, Fabric and Ministry of Sound. This lead to various collaborations and artistic endeavors . Highlights include showing my work at both Tate Britain & Tate Modern, Ars Electronica and SIGGRAPH.
As lead artist of pioneering audio visual group The Sancho Plan I helped created some groundbreaking interactive audiovisual shows which toured the globe.
With regular collaborator Nina Dunn I've created projection mapping artworks for the Lumiere festival and the Berlin Festival of Light.
Alongside my own creative pursuits, I've enjoyed educating within the arts. I've run animation & multimedia workshops for children, young adults and people with learning difficulties at the British Museum, the Cartoon Museum, Cornerhouse and Home Manchester. 

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