Jason Keeley is a Graphic Designer, Director and Fine Artist.

After completing a 3-year Graphics Degree, Jason was recruited by world leading broadcast design agency Lambie-Nairn. He has designed and directed identifiers, branding sequences and titles for many national and international broadcasters. The most notable of these being BBC ONE’s hot air balloon and the title sequences for the flagship BBC NEWS brand. These designs have been recognised internationally, with prestigious industry awards including D&AD Silver and a Royal Television Society Gold.

Alongside his onscreen design works, he creates his contemporary unique figurative works, striking a healthy creative work-life balance. He say’s of his art;

“My images are figure based, using photographic and digital techniques. Most are realised as traditional original screen prints and others as Digital UV prints direct to aluminium. They are all inspired by dance, human form and the op artists, particularly Bridget Riley. My artworks have been exhibited at AAF in Battersea, New York, Hong Kong and at the RCA. Linley of Mayfair has used my work for interior design projects at Claridges. Much as I am passionate about the moving image – it’s great to have a satisfying personal project without a client brief!”