Scott Eaton is an artist, designer, photographer and creative technologist residing in London, UK. His work pushes the boundaries of figurative representation combining contemporary digital tools – machine learning (AI), data, computer graphics and animation – with traditional techniques of art making. Scott got his masters degree from the MIT Media Lab, studied academic drawing and sculpture in Florence, Italy and received an MA in contemporary art from the Royal College of Art, London. Scott’s work has been featured in Wired Magazine, GQ, Vogue, Vanity Fair, the New York Times and shown and collected internationally.
Scott frequently collaborates with other artists, studios and organisations including: artist Jeff Koons, Turner prize-winner Mark Wallinger, French crystal company Lalique for Elton John, Nike, architect Asif Kahn for the Winter Olympics and others.
Clients across the creative and tech industries include Pixar, Industrial Light & Magic, Disney, Sony, Warner Bros, Blizzard, Electronic Arts, Ubisoft, Meta and Nvidia.
If you’re interested in collaborating on a project that pushes creative and technical boundaries, please feel free to get in touch.