Anthony Pearson

Creative Director
Clay Interactive

Anthony Pearson

Creative Director
Clay Interactive

Biography

Anthony studied 3D design at Kingston University before focussing on digital media in 1997, working for Trip Media on The Virtual Nightclub which deployed to Philips CDi and CD-ROM solutions. He moved on to produce interactive media for the Science Museum in London (2000) and Think Tank in Birmingham (2001) before completing work for the Churchill Museum, Science Museum and produced the multi-award winning interactive and video installations for the 2005 UK Expo Pavilion in Aichi, Japan. In 2007 Anthony formed Clay Interactive Ltd which has rapidly established itself as a leading supplier of engaging and technically advanced interactives for the UK’s leading cultural institutions, including The British Library, The British Museum, The Imperial War Museums, The Design Museum, The Natural History Museum, The V&A and The Science Museum. Anthony is responsible for the creative output of the company.

All session by Anthony Pearson