Co-director, Video & Visual design
Nick Corrigan (co-director, video & visual design) is a video director and animator based in London. He began VJing in 1999 at the Institute of Contemporary Arts, London, and went on to play at clubs and festivals around the world. In 2002 he created animations for Badly Drawn Boy’s European tour and went on to work on visuals with Yeast Culture. He has continued to work on an array of video and animation projects, including video installations for the Mayor of London’s Future London exhibition at the Science Museum, London, and motion graphics for BBC’s Horizon series. More recently he has worked on video for Leonard Bernstein’s Mass at Royal Festival Hall, Nitin Sawhney and Akram Khan’s Confluence at Sadler’s Wells, and live video design for Jamie Cullum’s Pursuit world tour. Visit Nick Corrigan’s website at nickin.net.