Neil likes to use digital and mechanical technology to bring objects and spaces to life. He graduated from Oxford University with a master’s degree in maths and computer science and has worked in many fields during his career, from game development to numerical analysis. For the last few years his focus has been on creating work at the intersection of art and technology. He is currently a graduate student at UCLA’s Department of Design Media Arts.
His work has been exhibited by The AND Festival, The Barbican, BBC Big Screens, ISEA, Kinetica, The Museum of London, The Nottingham Playhouse, Oi Futuro, PICNIC Festival, The Science Museum, The V&A and Watermans, among others. He was also a founding member of the collective “is this good?” and has worked for a diverse range of clients over the years creating projects ranging from printer orchestras to glowing pyramids.