Animex Exhibition curator, Teesside University
Speaking at Animex Exhibition
After graduating in fine art from Central Saint Martin’s College in London, Stephen freelanced for worldwide magazine publishing company Condé Nast. He photographed advertising spreads for Harper’s, Tatler and Vogue.
Stephen returned to Teesside to take a photography degree at Cleveland College of Art & Design. During this time he kept some freelance clients including Manolo Blahnik. Stephen became interested in computers and started programming in the late 70’s. With the advent of personal computing and the editing program Photoshop, he felt like his options exploded. After completing an MSc Graduate Enterprise in Multimedia, Stephen set up a business with three fellow students. He took a full-time lecturing role at Teesside University as it began to introduce animation, visualisation and games courses.
In addition to lecturing, Stephen curates Animex Exhibition and ExpoTees.
Talk: 10 years of Animex Exhibitions - Constantine Gallery
Animex Exhibition is 10 years old and is celebrating by exhibiting work from 10 of the fabulous artists and studios we have exhibited over the years.
The exhibition launches on the 22nd and will feature an exciting selection of work by:
Disney: The art of Zootopia
Matt Brooker AKA D’Israeli. Original comic panels from Batman: Shadow of the Bat.
Drew Struzan. A range of movie posters by this incredible artist.
Tori Cat. A range of Concept art, including Rio.
Alessandro Taini. A selection of character work.
Joe Ng. Original Street Fighter: Akuma panels
Ken Wong, The art of Monument Valley
Adi Granov. A range of Marvel concept and cover work.
Domareen Fox. A series of sketchbook drawings by Studio Soi's Art Director.
Dave Paget. Featuring concept work from Kong: Skull Island.
- Monday 22 May: 9:00am
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