Neil's research draws on 20 years experimentation in design, dye chemistry and screen printing combined with new skills and fluency in digital design.
A combination of the latest cutting edge digital print techniques such as digital print and dye sublimation combined with craft traditions such as hand pleating and Shibori have been developed in the new work
His work is held in collections around the world including: The Victoria and Albert Museum in London, The Cooper Hewitt Museum in New York and The Crafts Council Collection in London. Consultancy projects include, The British Museum London, The Shakespeare's Globe Theatre London, The Royal Academy of Art London and The Guggenheim Museum New York. Over the years his work has been sold and exhibited nternationally in galleries and stores such as Liberty, Harrods, Browns, Fortnum & Mason, Neiman Marcus and Bergdorf Goodman.

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