is a queer artist and videographer based in Glasgow, having graduated from Glasgow School of Art with a first class honours in Communication Design.


Interested in the structuring of individual and collective identities, Dylan's personal work intends to document and abstract the nuances of the human experience, creating characters, environments, and performative imagery which represent manifestations of internal conflict. Utilizing lens based media and digital imaging, he purposefully seeks out ‘otherness’ within the every-day, drawing connections between queerness and the more universal theme of human duality.

As a videographer and editor, Dylan has contributed to commissions for artists such as Primal Scream, Kimbra, CLOVES and Walt Disco. He is also regularly engaged with community arts, drawing upon his own experience as a young person making work with the creative collective KIN, tackling the stigma surrounding young people with a family member in prison.