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John Doe
Designer

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I am a  traditionally trained painter / printmaker / typesetter (typographer / graphic designer) who uses all those skills and experiences in all my work.
 
I now use photography AND film making –  with digital imaging technologies –  to create layers of meaning.
 
Each project (most) often consists of multiple works, grouped around specific themes.
During research and production, new areas of interest arise and (may) lead to the next body of work.
 
My work has a visceral meaning that belies its visual surface and process.
 
I try to not use the same methods for each project; this brings a fresh impetuous to truly explore all of the possibilities.
 
This process is as important as the final show / exhibition.I started as a painter / printmaker (I even exhibited at the Royal Academy in London when I was 10!). Went to art school where I discovered creative / art photography.
 
I now shoot portrait photos for PR companies, bands, actors, theatre productions and film stills.
 
My own personal art projects such as ‘Echostones’ and the Fibonacci based series ‘Kaloseidos’ have been exhibited widely, to critical acclaim.
 
My work has been published in magazines, online and even in exhibitions (it’s amazing to find out where my work ends up!).
 
More recently I have branched out into film. The latest series of films was on environmental awareness for our local council.
 
I have taken part in many exhibitions over the years (even selling a few pieces!). This culminated in my first one man exhibition in 2013 at The Williamson Art Gallery (Wirral)! Woop Woop! (sorry I had to do that).
P.S. If you go to my website it will load slowly. I am currently migrating my work from Viewbook to wordpress. Talk about a steep learning curve!
 
I have taken part in many exhibitions over the years (even selling a few pieces!). This culminated in my first one man exhibition in 2013 at The Williamson Art Gallery (Wirral)! Woop Woop! (sorry I had to do that).