Through the use of photography my practice seeks to create a world that on the one hand is real and on the other - impossible. Using digital imaging, I effectively 'paint with photographs'. Each image is made up of many smaller photographs enabling me to create surreal and magical scenarios.
All the photographs I use I take my self, building my image library with each project. I have made work through out the UK, from Edinburgh to Plymouth which allows a multitude of different landscapes from which to choose. I am a firm believer of beauty in the world, next time you blow a bubble or notice the sun reflected in a raindrop, look longer and see what might be there
With a back ground in Fine Art I have been working as an artist in the private and public sector for over 20 years. I have a first class degree from Camberwell School of Art and a Masters from Chelsea School of Art and have exhibited internationally. More recently I have been expanding my practice to create images for licensing, clients include TTS Educational Catalogue and Twice as Nice Greeting Cards. I have extensive experience working to a brief and communicating with clients at a high level. My experience in teaching fine art has provided me with a very good understanding of the visual language, which I utilise to create ambitious, and thought provoking artworks.
To see more of Emily's work please visit www.emilycampbell.co.uk
EMILY CAMPBELL - CURRICULUM VITAE Mobile: 07783796416 email@example.com www.emilycampbell.co.uk Qualifications 1991 - 1992 MA Alternative Media Chelsea School of Art, London. 1988 - 1991 B.A Hons (1st Class), Fine Art. Camberwell School of Art, London. 1987 - 1988 Art Foundation Norwich School of Art.
Private/Commercial Commissions 2012 • Twice as Nice Greeting Cards – A series of 12 greeting card images • Madam Tussauds – Design for Floor of Shrek Room • TTS Educational Catalogue - Designs for four products
Public Art Commissions 2012 • Cambridge and Peterborough Mental Health NHS – Created a series of Light boxes for refurbished Dementia Ward. • Edinburgh Sick Kids Hospital – Working with staff and patients to created 2 large light boxes for the entrance to the Hospital 2011 • University of North Staffordshire Lead artist for new build Children’s Ward’s. • BSF project Dandelion Public Art Commission for Kings School Wolverhampton. • Blackburn New NHS Build - Major glazing commission for front of new Health Centre. 2010 • Manchester Children’s Hospital, - A series of images and installations for Ward 78. • Edinburgh Children’s Hospital Accident and Emergency Dept – Lead artist for proposed artworks in new build A and E • Imagining Glossop. Glossop Primary Care New Build, Glossop. • Imagining Bury. Bury NHS. Large scale vinyl artworks for new Health Care Development, Bury. 2009 • Milton Keynes Dreaming. Working with community to create a 60 x 20 ft floor piece for exhibition at Young People’s Music Festival, Milton Keynes. • Imagining Plymouth. Photographic Commission for Plymouth Accident and Emergency Department. 2008 • Visions of Hartlepool. Hartlepool Police Station, Hartlepool. • Lead Artist for Haywood Hospital. To engage with the hospital community, and commission local art students to create a body of work that documents and ‘remembers’ the Haywood Hospital. • Magic Perry Common. Dove Health Centre, Birmingham. • From Lozell’s with Love and Respect. Lozell’s Health Centre Birmingham. 2007 • Views from Greenridge. Greenridge Health Centre, Birmingham. • Visions of Home. Summerfield Health Centre, Birmingham. • Views from Westheath, Westheath Health Centre, Birmingham. • Lead Artist for Reflective Space. A Kings Fund initiative for Harplands Hospital Stoke on Trent. 2006 • Lead Artist LIFT. Engaging with design teams, PCT’s, and local communities to create proposals for public artworks in five new build health centres in Birmingham. • Visions of You. Research Action Project in Stourport on Severn with pro/POSIT. 2005 • Love Ties. A Major Permanent Public Art Work, for Hanley Park Stoke on Trent. • The Medicine. A Digital Imaging Commission for Creative Remedies Arts and Health Website. • Love Ties 2. A Creative Partnerships project ‘Hearts on Fire’ digital project for Birches Head High School, Stoke on Trent. • How Does Your Garden Grow?. Summerbank Primary School, Stoke on Trent. • Beyond My Bricks and Mortar. Archbishop Grimshaw School Birmingham. • The Wall that Wished it Wasn’t There. A consultation commission for the Haywood Hospital, Stoke on Trent. 2004 • Creature Carpet. A performance space commission, for Hinckley town centre. • Standing Ovation/Private Views. The Storey Institute, public art commission for Virtual Model. • Welcome to my Front Garden…mac/sampad, a Public art research commission for The Mac Arts Centre, Birmingham. 2003 • A World of Difference. Harplands Hospital, Stoke on Trent. • City Building. A site-specific research event with pro/POSIT in Stoke on Trent. 2001 • Reverberations. Harplands Hospital, Stoke on Trent.
Exhibitions 2009 • Shire Hall Gallery 2110. Invited group exhibition Visual Illusions Shire Hall Gallery Stafford. 2008 • Without you I am Lost… Invited digital media exhibition at The University of Valencia, Spain. • The Blue Butterfly…Solo exhibition at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent. • Mosquito Night. Collaboration with performer Christine Watkins and scientist Angela Priestman at Herefordshire Courtyard Gallery. 2004 • Creature Carpet. Selected exhibition Folly Gallery, Lancaster.
2003 • The Real Kitchen…Selected site-specific commission for exhibition ‘Cultivate’ Birmingham. 2002 • Recollections. Selected site-specific exhibition St Giles the Abbott Church, Cheadle.
2001 • Baby, baby...Selected site-specific commission for exhibition at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. 2000 • New Art for a New Century. Group exhibition Potteries Museum and Art Gallery, Stoke on Trent. • Private Views. Selected site-specific commission at The Potteries Museum and Art Gallery. 1998 • Detectable. Curated and exhibited in exhibition at The Real Gallery, New York, USA. 1995 • Spot. Selected group exhibition at The Bluecoat Gallery, Liverpool. 1990 • Mat 2. Selected group exhibition - The Whitechapel Gallery, London.
Consultancy and Training 2009 - 2010 - Guest Lecturer for Birmingham School of Art MA Arts and Health programme. 2008 - Exhibition selection for Potteries Museum and Art Gallery Open Exhibition. 2007 - Public Art Training Lead speaker for a Public Art Training event, Creative Interventions. 2003 - Design for ‘Sundance Visual Arts’ (A Commercial Audio Visual Company) created logo and name and have since had active role in advising on visual ideas. 2001-2003 - Advisor for West Midlands Arts duties included: Writing reports about the region’s arts activities, the Local Education Authority on the Ikon Gallery’s Education Programme, advising on applications for funding. 2002 - Consulted on the development of Keele University Undergraduate Degree path in ‘Media, Communications and Culture’
Reviews, Press and Web links 2012 – Staffordshire Life Interview – See The World in a different Light – Jackie Gregory, August 2012 2010 – John Woodhouse Interview – Nature is Child’s Play for Emily, The Sentinel Saturday 09 October. 2009 – Author Unknown. Emergency department at Derriford Hospital, Zest, Improving the Health Care Environment. http://www.zestarts.org.uk/pages/27 2008 – Steve Bould. Floored – The Sentinel 2008 – Christine Watkins. Mosquito Night Images. Mosquito Night. http://www.mosquitonight.info/ 2008 – Mark Penfold. Supersize Design - Computer Arts 2008 – David Williams. Showcase Hartlepool Police Station – Commissions North. http://www.commissionsnorth.org/showcase/artist/293 2006 – Duncan Robertson. Generations Combine in War Sacrifice Tribute, The Sentinel Newspaper. 2006 – Author Unknown. The Power of Art. A Working Partnership, Learning from the LIFT Experience. 2005 – Gabriel Gregory. Letters of Love Which Tie a Community Together. The Sentinel Arts Review. 2005 – Author Unknown. Love Ties Launch. Creative Stoke. http://www.creativestoke.org.uk/parklove.html 2004 – Nick Coligan. Public Art Has designs on Lifting City’s Cultural Image. The Sentinel Newspaper 1992 – James Hall. SCULPTURE / Making chaos out of order: James Hall reflects on 'Natural Order' at the Tate Gallery, Liverpool, and unnatural selection at the Whitechapel Open. The Independent Newspaper.