Before moving to London to broaden his cultural horizons, Harry Malt was working on a pig farm. Since gaining a first class degree* from Camberwell College of Art ages ago, he has only spent one day on a building site, briefly flirted with the idea of joining the navy and was named Selfridges', 'worst employee ever'. Happily he has mainly been able to concentrate on developing his work as a freelance artist and illustrator.
*No one ever asks BTW.
When not undertaking commissioned work he continues his own practice and has exhibited work in galleries world wide including Dazed & Confused, London. Sid Lee, Amsterdam, Dukkan Space, Istanbul and Envoy, NYC. In 2008 he co-founded the arts newspaper Bare Bones which has been published and exhibited across Europe and the US. In 2010 he was asked by Neville Brody to curate an exhibition for his Anti Design Festival. In 2011 he co-directed and co-produced his first short film called Bus Terminus which won the audience award at the Kinemastik Film Festival in Valletta, Malta. After many years of hobnobbing, gossiping and going to private views he has returned to his motherland of Norfolk.
Having lost a stone and a half and gained a tan he is in prime physical condition for continuing his commercial and personal projects.