Jonathan Morris has always had a fascination with shapes. In fact, exploring shapes and using them to map his surroundings brought him to the attention of John Warwicker (Tomato), who nominated him for Creative Futures in Creative Review magazine. Since then, his visual explorations using digital technology have brought him international recognition. Microsea, his surreal world of digital microscopic forms, won a prestigious competition run by Japanese design magazine Shift. The project went on to form the basis of his first one-man show of digital art, Blend, at the CBAT Gallery in Cardiff. He graduated from Newport Art College in 1996 with a first class degree and has also lectured in Design at the University of Melbourne and University of East London.
External link: jonathanmorris.org.uk