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Chris has been exhibiting in galleries around the world for decades but there had never been a compelling way exhibit fluid films in the same way as he was able to exhibit his Fluid Paintings.
As a result, Chris's outlet for his fluid films as been commercials, art films, features and music videos where he built a reputation for creating impossible to film visuals.
With the advent of NFTs, Chris has finally been able to create video artworks with built in authenticity and transferrability. This freedom has enabled him to create film work without the constraints of how they will be used in productions.

Obscuration I

Artwork created out of the pandemic, the masks that we all disappeared behind and the confusion that our governments wrought. The spike proteins coalesce to form an impenetrable veil.

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Combustion IV

I have always been interested in the power and infinite variability of fire and whenever the world seems at its most chaotic I find myself again exploring these themes.

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Fluid Mandala I

A series of fluid mandalas created within a microscopic volume of liquid and then captured with high resolution cameras. The mandalas are inspired by both the ancient spiritual practices and by the marine forms that influence a lot of my work.

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Memory II

Memory II is from an event that I designed for a feature film, to represent the memory of the main character and the impact of experiences on our DNA.

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Fluid Mandala III

A series of fluid mandalas created within a microscopic volume of liquid and then captured with high resolution cameras. The mandalas are inspired by both the ancient spiritual practices and by the marine forms that influence a lot of my work.

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Unknown IV

We know more about the surface of the moon than we know about life in the oceans of our own planet. The 'Unknown' series is inspired by my time spent studying plankton and how they manipulate the ocean around them.

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Unknown I

We know more about the surface of the moon than we know about life in the oceans of our own planet. The 'Unknown' series is inspired by my time spent studying plankton and how they manipulate the ocean around them.

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Unknown III

We know more about the surface of the moon than we know about life in the oceans of our own planet. The 'Unknown' series is inspired by my time spent studying plankton and how they manipulate the ocean around them.

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Interference I


The interference patterns in soap bubbles have always captivated me and I have repeatedly returned to them, from my first attempt at the age of 12, to refine my approach and to capture more of the hypnotic but elusive appeal. The combination of technical and creative challenges means that I don't think I will ever perfect it.

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Fluid Mandala II

A series of fluid mandalas created within a microscopic volume of liquid and then captured with high resolution cameras. The mandalas are inspired by both the ancient spiritual practices and by the marine forms that influence a lot of my work.

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Memory III

From an event that I designed for a feature film, to represent the memory of the main character and the impact of experiences on our DNA.

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Closing Fenestella I

The Closing Fenestella series is born out of the idea that our chance to address climate change is rapidly closing and that the microscopic world, particularly the world of phytoplankton that produce over two thirds of the air that we breath, is the source both of many of the answers and potentially of the most existential fallout from rising ocean temperatures.

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Combustion V

I have always been interested in the power and infinite variability of fire and whenever the world seems at its most chaotic I find myself again exploring these themes.

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