Adventure, Travel & Photography when I can, and Digital Art by day…
Given half a chance, I’m somewhere with mountains, or forests, or wilderness, or wildlife, or better yet – all of the above.
I love travel, exploring new places, and spending time anywhere that’s past that minimum-required-effort-for-peace-and-tranquility threshold. It’s usually not much more than an hour’s hike away from a given trail-head… just enough so that 90% of people don’t get that far. It’s bliss once you’re there.
I’ve been lucky enough to visit 26 countries so far, 70° North to 5° South , 125° East to 127° West, and have an ever-growing list of places in the must-see column…
That list never really seems to do anything but grow. So many places, so little annual leave. Some of them, I would happily go back to time-and-again… there’s some I’d love to move to permanently given the chance (I’m looking at you, Vancouver Island ), but in the mean time… just gotta’ keep seeing as many as I can!
Done so far:
England – France – Luxembourg – Belgium – Netherlands – Germany – Denmark – Norway – Iceland – Spain – Portugal – Switzerland – Italy – Czech Republic – Austria – Croatia – Serbia – Sri Lanka – Maldives – Indonesia – Bahamas – USA – Singapore – Monaco – Sweden – Canada. Oh Canada.
High up on the to-do list:
Madagascar – Chile – Costa Rica – New Zealand – Antarctica
Weekdays, I'm a digital artist & designer by trade. Having founded The Digi Monsters - a boutique CGI & VFX studio based in Leamington Spa, back in 2016, I work on CGI, VFX, Animation & Game projects, creating all sorts of digital art assets.
I've been in the industry for over 15 Years, having worked on all sorts of projects & platforms, and as well as managing The Digi Monsters I'm always working on our current projects. I specialise in hard-surface modelling, concept design & rendering, and use a variety of software packages including: Max, Maya, Modo, Photoshop, AfterEffects, Premiere, Fusion, Substance Painter, Marvellous Designer & ZBrush.
You can find more of my CGI work over on my Artstation