Ben Neal Psicon Lab 3D Profile

Arts-focused, Creative Technologist.
Digital artist, programmer, games/gadget builder, educator.
Working freelance as Psicon Lab

As a Creative Technologist I have a wide range of creative and technical skills and specialise in bringing them together to build unique and engaging products. As a Digital Producer I plan, manage and deliver complex and diverse projects, and provide knowledge and expertise.

I do a lot of creative coding and am an experienced programmer using mainly C#, PHP, Javascript, Python, CSS, HTML, Wordpress and Processing. I often work with 3D graphics, audio, video, mobile devices, create MIDI controllers, and sound-reactive animations - as well as building games, software and Virtual Reality using Unity.

Recently I've been working a lot with rapid prototyping using electrical sensors and microcontrollers (Arduino, Raspberry Pi etc.) to build gadgets with sensors, controls and LED lights.

I am the Digital Producer at BOM (Birmingham Open Media) - a center for Art, Science and Technology - where I support staff, artists, exhibitions and events. I'm also a BOM Fellow and Creative Technologist in Residence with the Institute of Creative Technologies at De Montford University.

Previous clients include:
Rachel Maclean, Juneau Projects, Open Data Institute, Swoomptheeng, BOM, Gareth Proskourine-Barnett, Raspberry Pi Foundation, Capsule, Loughborough University, Oxford University Press, Ludic Rooms, De Montford University, Birmingham City University

Projects and work has been exhibited at :
Tate Gallery, Victoria & Albert Museum, Ikon Gallery, Sonar Festival, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery, Open Data Institute, BOM, Fierce Festival, Vivid Projects, Supersonic Festival, Flatpack Festival, Artsfest, Birmingham Weekender, The Public, Cambridge Junction, University of Cambridge Museums, Channel 4, BBC Radio.

Birmingham