Scott Boardman is 29 years old and lives in Wellington, New Zealand.
In April of 2018 he started work at Weta Workshop – New Zealand’s internationally renowned special effects, prop and costume company. Scott has been working as a technician in Weta’s costume department.
Scott graduated in 2016 with a Bachelor of Creative Industries degree at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology Tauranga as a Visual Arts Major.
He is a multidisciplinary visual artist. His practice works in and around a variety of mediums and platforms, including sculpture, video, photography, and performance.
In 2017 Scott carried out and ran casting workshops at Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology, teaching various methods and processes of casting for sculpture.
Since 2015 he has created a variety of video work's, both commercially for musician's, real estate as well as producing other video content for various clients and artistic projects. In 2017 he exhibited a moving image piece in The National Contemporary Art Awards which was exhibited in the Waikato Museum in Hamilton, New Zealand.
He has photographed for a number of different events such as Little Big Markets, Diner en Blanc, Young Innovator Awards and many more. As well as producing portraiture work for families and business owners for their websites, and for capturing life's moments.
Scott’s background as a qualified Furniture Maker has equiped him with the unique set of skills to construct and create creative works as well as the ability to confidently install works.
Speaking of his practice, Scott states, “My art is inspired from films and certain parts of my life”. Having a humorous side to a work “…is valuable too, it loosens up the experience”.
Also check out Scott's Youtube channel at Scott Boardman Creative, packed with loads of interesting video's artistically made full of narrative.
2017. "The Hidden", National Contemporary Art Award, Waikato Museum, Hamilton
2015. "Why So Serious", The Project Room, Tauranga
2015. "Untitled", Zeus Gallery, Tauranga
2015. "Observations", Jazmax, Tauranga
2018. Article/Feature, Toi Ohomai Institute of Technology website
2017. National Contemporary Art Award catalogue
2017. Article/Feature, Sunlive website
2015. Article/Feature, Creative Beat magazine
2015. Article/Feature, Jazmax website
2017. Finalist, National Contemporary Art Awards, Hamilton