Microsoft Surface UK launch
Oxford Street, London I was invited to the UK launch of the new Surface line-up; Surface Pro, Surface Laptop and Surface Studio. Taking place on the roof garden of John Lewis on Oxford Street, I had a chance to demonstrate the new hardware to the press and public.
Guest Speaker – Training Partnerships
London Institute of Education, London I was invited to talk about the Mobile Digital Art movement and to demonstrate my processes as a digital painter. The Logan Theatre at UCL was packed with almost 900 A-level art students listening to presentations by myself, Turner Prize winner Grayson Perry, photographer Martin Parr and designer Rebecca Wright.
Drawing from Hockney: Tate workshop
Tate Britain, London I worked with Tate Britain to write and deliver a four week course on digital art to work alongside their David Hockney exhibition Beyond his iconic oil paintings and photographic collages, in more recent years, David Hockney has also become known as the world’s foremost iPad painter. Using the iPad drawings from…
V&A Museum – iPad art workshop
Victoria & Albert Museum, London I worked for the V&A digital art curator to write and deliver an iPad portrait painting workshop. The session was aimed at beginners and lead them through building up portraits using the Procreate app, before letting them loose on the Museums world famous works of art.
Event artist – Qriously
Hoxon Square, London I was hired by Qriously to create some live iPad paintings at the “Coming of Age Party” in London’s Hoxon Square. They had the iPad streaming via Apple TV to a large screen and the finished pieces displayed on another, alongside QR codes allowing party-goers to download them.
Artist demonstrator – Promethean
BETT 2014, London Being a tablet artist is a wonderful thing. You can take your whole studio with you wherever you go, painting a masterpiece on the bus, train, plane… in the staff room at work or on the sofa in front of the TV in the evening. But I do sometimes miss the thrill…
The Lumen Prize Exhibition
Europe & AsiaJanuary – March 2013 The Lumen Prize Exhibition is the world’s first international prize and tour celebrating the very best fine art created digitally. Comprising of 50 pieces chosen by judges and the publicly voted People’s Choice winner, the global tour begins in January in London before travelling around top galleries and venues…