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Amy Reid

MA work

My work evolves through making. To be involved in and to understand the process, shaping ideas with physical skill and knowledge.

I am interested in the role of craftsmanship in the digital age, if the touch of the hand is as important as the ability to manipulate technology.

I have been exploring different methods of digital printing; discovering how it can become part of the creative process, experimenting with printing tools and machines on both paper and fabric. By combining traditional and digital methods of printing, I hope to reintroduce a more human element to the digital printing process.

Info

  • MA Degree

    School

    School of Communication

    Programme

    MA Visual Communication, 2007

  • My work evolves through making. To be involved in and to understand the process, shaping ideas with physical skill and knowledge.

    I am interested in the role of craftsmanship in the digital age, if the touch of the hand is as important as the ability to manipulate technology.

    I have been exploring different methods of digital printing; discovering how it can become part of the creative process, experimenting with printing tools and machines on both paper and fabric. By combining traditional and digital methods of printing, I hope to reintroduce a more human element to the digital printing process.

  • Experience

  • Freelance Illustrator, Saatchi & Saatchi Design, London, 2006-present; Print Production, Jonathan Saunders Ltd, London, 2004; Graduate Apprenticeship, The Fabric Workshop and Museum, Philadelphia, USA, 2002-3
  • Exhibitions

  • MAKE, Hockney Gallery, RCA, 2007; Wildposting - Billboard Exhibition, Brooklyn & San Francisco, USA, 2007; Crafts Council - One Year On, Business Design Centre, London, 2004