Born Warwickshire, 1978. Gavin studied Graphic Design at Coventry University's School of Art and Design where he graduated in 1999, before moving to London to work for renowned graphic designer Malcolm Garrett.
Gavin has worked on numerous projects, for a diverse range of clients including Accenture, Apple Inc., Barclays, BBC, BT, Channel 4, Dazed & Confused/Rankin, D&AD, Financial Dynamics (now FTI Consulting), Fox Kids Europe, Hewitt Associates (now Aon Hewitt), Pepsi, SAE Institute, Sanctuary Records, Science Museum, Universal Music Group, Virgin Records, Warner Music UK (Reprise Records, Warner Bros. Records) and for artists as diverse as Filter, R.E.M., Red Hot Chili Peppers, Smashing Pumpkins, Natalie Imbruglia, KatieJane Garside & Melanie C.
He has also had work exhibited internationally including in London, Berlin, New York & Cannes as well as being involved in projects that have been featured in the pages of Creative Review, Graphics International and on Adobe.com.
Having recently worked on a number of Processing based projects that have included the creation of a social-networking based installation titled 'A MySpace Constellation' that was exhibited throughout the UK. He is considering an application for Arts Council funding to enable the development of a large-scale forest based situational-installation tentatively titled 'Louise'.
He is currently working on the research & prototyping of autism-sensory 'toys' for children living with autism, that aim to encourage a sense of social-interaction & collaboration whilst engaging them through the use of robust, yet tactile materials, sensors, sounds, light and employing both Kodály & Suzuki Methodology to aid in their personal development.
And he continues to work with Heidi Klang on the social-collaborative No-Wave music and performance project 'hum' that erases the line between audience & performer.
An erstwhile lecturer, he has previously taught and led workshops at several institutions on the topics of both graphic and interaction design and hopes to return to teaching one day.
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