Ben Holmes has worked in the visualisation industry in London, developing skills in both traditional media and digital 3D. His work combines computer generated imagery with traditional techniques such as pencil, watercolour and ink. The final images are imbued with rich and warm feeling, balancing technical precision with atmospheric sensitivity. His works bring to life the feeling the spaces will create while maintaining their realistic accuracy and detail.

During his final year studying architecture he received the Stride Treglown design prize from the University of Bath for his degree project. His artwork has also rewarded him with an an Arts Society of Ulster award and has been exhibited across the UK.

drawing on architecture

drawing on architecture

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