Stuart Mitchell is a multimedia artist based in Bristol, U.K. working in paint, drawing, print, installation, video and animation
After managing a London-based design studio for eight years and working in the creative industries for a further three years, Stuart studied BSc (Hons) Digital Art and Technology with i-DAT at University of Plymouth. During this study he was offered the post of Digital Media Coordinator at Exeter Phoenix, a multi-artform Arts Centre in South West England, where he remained for a further seven years before relocating to Bristol to work as freelance Digital Editor at Situations, University of West of England, where he managed the development of the digital engagement programme surrounding Alex Hartley‘s ‘Nowhereisland‘, one of twelve Artists Taking The Lead projects for the London 2012 Cultural Olympiad. Stuart has also worked as Production Manager for Animated Exeter, he was commissioned to produce work by the Bristol Royal Hospital for Children Arts Commissioning Programme, and in his role as Digital Coordinator with Joy Experiment he collaborated with a group of professional, emerging and mid-career artists on a cross-artform initiative set up to develop new audiences viewing exceptional art in innovative ways. Stuart is currently developing new work in his studio in Bristol.