Matt Wright
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  • Bristol / Cardiff
  • United Kingdom
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What I do:
Digital design, illustration, music, realise things slowly
A little more about me:
I design graphically, illustrate festivals and things, compose sound and more recently, starting to think about story telling within a digital context.

I had an incredible experience working with NTW as Digital Designer on Bordergame, and have been tremendously humbled with the support and guidance that has emerged from that.

I've also had a great couple of years as a visiting lecturer at USW in undergraduate Animation and Computer Game Design.

I'm currently developing Give It A Name (Theatre) with John Norton, and very excited by it's future.
Location:
United Kingdom
Projects I’m working on:
Green men, beetles, Jehovah's Witnesses and Others.

slurpdesign.com
Personal Website/CV:
http://giveitaname.net
Twitter @username:
@slurpdesign

Matt Wright's Blog

Titanic #NTWcamp

There once stood a shipping container at a Brownie HQ in mid wales. It was crying salty tears. It contained an iceberg and a story of hope. This drone was it's cry...(10 minute loop. please use appropriately). …

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Posted on July 21, 2015 at 0:32

The Landing - The soundscape #NTWcamp

This is the audio that accompanied the projection and performance in the landing at Broneirion House. Written by Sandra Bendelow and performed by members of National Theatre Wales Summercamp & Broneirion House. A soundscape and a documentary of thoughts and emotions.

The Quinoa was a little overdressed.…

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Posted on July 21, 2015 at 0:08 — 1 Comment

Gareth & Eunjin & Milk

Their movement was beautiful in preparation, as well as in final performance. It was hard seeing Eunjins face being violated with souring milk. A great piece.…

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Posted on July 9, 2015 at 11:50

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