Jamie Holman is a graduate of Chelsea College of Art London, and first exhibited in the Bloomberg New Contemporaries exhibition at the Tate Gallery, before exhibiting widely in the U.K. and internationally. Recent exhibitions have been at The Royal College of Art, The Aesthetica Art Prize 2016 – where Holman was included in “Future Now, 100 international emerging artists.” Holman had a critically acclaimed solo exhibition in London, 2016 that was sponsored by The Saatchi Gallery Magazine Art and Music. In January 2017, Holman became a commissioned artist for the National Festival of Making, funded by the Heritage Lottery Fund. Holman was one of nine specially commissioned artists researching industrial production techniques and 160 years of making heritage. The resulting artworks and performances were revealed as part of the festival with a solo exhibition, a digital moving image commission and two choral performances in Blackburn Cathedral. Holman exhibited in the 2017 Venice Biennale, before being invited to show with Jorge Jurado Gallery, Bogotà. Holman works in photography, sculpture, print making and moving image producing works for museums, galleries, festivals and bespoke pieces for Atlantic clients.