Duncan Gaman

Duncan Gaman


London based Painter and Producer
Duncan was born in Chertsey, Surrey, England in 1980. He now resides in London. After successfully completing a foundation course at the Wimbledon School of Art, Duncan studied a BA in Fine Art at Nottingham Trent School of Art and Design, graduating with a first class honours degree. After which he undertook a post-graduate course in Computer Animation at the NCCA in the form of a year-long Master of Arts course.

Before starting at Art School he worked as a studio assistant for painter and sculptor - Stefan Knapp. Assisting Knapp with his final mural “The Battle of Britain” for the Polish Metro in Warsaw.

His joint directed MA animation film 'Riffs of Rage' was been screened at SIGGRAPH in the United States and as well as a group show at the ICA London in 2004. In 2012 he had his first solo exhibition at Ruby's Cafe in Hoxton Square in East London and is planning another personal show of his new portraits in late 2016.

He now divides his time as a producer creating short films and commercials, and in his studio as a painter. His studio is based in East London, where he is working on a mixture of personal work and private commissions