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Lawrence Scanlon

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
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Lawrence Scanlon

Graphic DesignerLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Lawrence Scanlon is a graphic and motion designer from London. BA Graphic Design graduate from Central Saint Martins, UAL. A lover of exploring the capabilities and boundaries of programs and technology and has core interests in educating and entertaining. Lawrence has a huge passion for collaborations that push boundaries of form and disciplines. Lawrence works in a range of graphic design areas, such as printmaking, editing, photography, audio, and videography. With a passion for film, music, and animation.
  • Sci-Fi, Society and AI
    Publication about artificial intelligence, the influence of science fiction on the development of the technology, and the realistic capabilities of the technology. This discussion explores and explains the deep-rooted connection between science fiction and AI and the influence that it has had on the perceptions of the public about the technology. designed with the aim of presenting these ideas of perception through the publications construction an design. With one side having been designed and l
  • The Glitch
    'The Glitch' is a film that focused on flaws of sound and visualises these defects, through moving image. Inspiration came from research into the condition of Synesthesia, and how the audio and visuals interlace and interact - resulting in a sensory experience. 
  • Beyond The Deep
    This project is an attempt at bringing VR into the world of education. As a modern piece of technology, it has a wide range of possible uses and I feel that the majority of things I have seen created for it has had an entertainment-focused approach. However, I felt that the technology could be used for far more than that and would work very well in aiding younger people to learn. It has been proven that learning something is far easier when the material is taught in an entertaining way so the ai
Projects credited in
  • Lumiere
    An immersive light installation in support to a three-part piano piece - 'The Hourglass', consisting of three handcrafted rotating lamps which reflect the essence of each of the works of music.  Project created in collaboration with Andreas Hansson and Lawrence Scanlon. Music: 'The Hourglass' - Frank Bridge Performed by: Greta Åstedt Collaboration between Central Saint Martins and the Royal Academy of Music.
Work history
    Motion graphics artistBlind Pig
    London, United KingdomFull Time
  • Graphic Design
  • Motion Graphics
  • Animation
  • 3D Computer Animation
  • 3D Modeling
  • Book Design
  • Hand Bookbinding
  • Virtual Reality
  • Videography
  • Post Production
    Art and Design Foundation (Graphic Design)University of The Arts London (UAL)
    London, United Kingdom
    (hons) BA Graphic DesignUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom