Wed 13th June, 2018, 1pm to 2pm
Andy Selby in conversation with Katy Halford
Part of Loughborough University Arts Festival
Wed 13 June 2018
1pm – 2pm
MHL117a/b, Martin Hall
Loughborough University, LE11 3TU
Andy Selby, Senior Lecturer in Illustration and Animation in conversation with Loughborough graduate Katy Halford.
Katy Halford is now a freelance illustrator after graduating from an Illustration degee at Loughborough. Her portfolio includes a variety of illustrated characters, imaginary worlds and licensing designs from the gift market to home decor. A noteable design of 2017 being 'Moz the Moster' from the John Lewis Christmas Advert, for which she illustrated the accompanying book.
Katy has also worked with clients such as Nosy Crow, Barrington Stoke, Oxford University Press, Bloomsbury, Twinlakes Theme Park, Feel Unique, Caffe Nero, Heart Link Children’s Charity, Paula Magazine in Chile.
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Andy Selby is also an internationally recognised illustrator, whose work has appeared in newspapers, on billboards and on the covers of major corporate reports for nearly two decades, including campaigns for Nike, Accenture, British Gas and Eurostar. His iconic and thought-provoking illustrations have consistently been selected by 3x3: The Journal of Contemporary Illustration, Society of Illustrators’ of New York, Society of Illustrators’ of Los Angeles, American Illustration and the Association of Illustrators’ Images juried exhibitions and annuals. His work is held in public and private collections in the United States, Australia, Japan, New Zealand and Saudi Arabia.
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Loughborough University Arts Festival
Wed 6 - Fri 15 June 2018
This term sees the launch of a brand new Arts Festival at the University, celebrating the creative arts here on campus. There is a programme of FREE daytime and early evening events, talks and workshops featuring students' work, academics, alumni and invited guests. Speakers include internationally known artist Michael Landy, crime writer Kate Rhodes and Masterchef food critic/writer William Sitwell.