"Where I learnt how to make the moon"
UVA (United Visual Artists) is a London-based practice founded in 2003 by British artist Matt Clark. UVA’s diverse body of work integrates new technologies with traditional media such as painting, sculpture, performance, and site-specific installation.
I started as a model maker then I went on to oversee fabrication and installation of the artworks. We were a really small team so we all wore many hats and supported each other. I was able to dip my toe into the water of UX here, working along side the lead designer to prototype ideas and review the users experience of the works. I was with UVA 5 years when I decided to retrain and move into UX.
What excites me about it
Such an amazing company with awesome people, during my time here I worked on projects for Cartier, massive attack, James Blake, UNICEF, google, Nike, the Barbican, the Paris Opera, Selfridges to name but a few.
What UVA's work is about
Some projects I worked on
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BMW GROUP MINI PARALLELS, SELFRIDGES A DISTANT LIGHT, RAG AND BONE, SERPENTINE PAVILION INTERVENTION, A DISTANT VIEW, MOMENTUM BARBICAN CURVE GALLERY, HYUNDAI PRINCIPLES OF MOTION SEOUL, UNICEF & GOOGLE ASSEMBLY OF YOUTH,CARTIER MAGICIEN