Jaime Jackson is a digital/relational artist and visual art producer for His practice uses painting, drawing, digital technologies including motion capture, augmented reality and moving image (film). His work responds to the earth crisis by exploring the idea that we are nature, as a way of developing health and well being, mitigating and adapting to the climate crisis. Born in Oxford he worked for BBC local radio as a child presenter for the natural history program Nature trail for 7 years, he has a degree in Fine Art Painting from Coventry University and trained in Arts Management at Sussex University. He is artist director of both the art organization Salt Road and the environmental charity New Leaf, Jaime is a coordinator for Culture Declares Emergency and a member of Climate Musuem UK.  CDE’s Vision is that the cultural sector is a leading contributor in creating a regenerative future that protects the planet and sustains everyone, everywhere. Jaime is a member of Climate Psychology Alliance and the Biophilic City Network.


ACE The Sign of the Underground commission 2024 a moving image, painting and relational practice set of commissions

ACE funded Digital Entanglement commission 2024 an Augmented Reality set of commission making work tagged to trees in Herefordshire, Cannock and East Birmingham.

Arts Council England Salt Road digital art moving image installation for We Foragers Unquiet program in partnership with the National Trust at Brockhampton Herefordshire 2022- 23

Two moving image installations for the International Glacial Society’s ‘Ice in a Sustainable Society’ conference exhibition, Bibao 2022, in partnership with BC3 the Basque centre for climate change

Salt road Moving image work, a collaboration between the University of the Basque Country, the Basque Centre for Climate Research BC3, the University of Birmingham and Birmingham City Council developing a joint seminar and exhibition program on art and climate change in 2020.

Women at Work, AR and /relational digital art commission, based on an archive of pioneering women in the Land Army, venues across Worcestershire 2019

Great Place Scheme, Rural Media Company, DEN, AR and relation digital commission Queenswood country park 2019

Meadow Arts Mappa Mundi digital art commission Hereford. 2019

Meadow Arts Three countries show photobooth installation. 2019

Kingdom Project, moving image installations, St Marys Church and the Globe Hay, Wales, August 2018

Arts Council England funded Moving image installation for Hereford River Carnival, River Wye. April 2018

HLF funded artist commission installation and digital art for the Womens History Network voices of women conference at the Arts Counil England National Portfolio Organisation Black Country Living Museum Sandwell. April 2018

Arts Council England funded MAC Birmingham Terrace Gallery and Newbury Museum, lead relational artist, The Fence and the Shadow exhibition Women in protest season, October – November 2017

Arts Council England funded Senate House London, Being Human Festival November 2014. Moving image projection installation and lead artist Ministry of Information/ Mass observation artist exhibition

Arts Council England Funded, Outrider moving image installation, Hereford Library and Museum, Commandery Museum Worcester, Leominster Library gallery, Hive Gallery Worcester, Winterbourne House and Garden University of Birmingham, Haden Hill House Museum Sandwell- 2014-15 , based on the Watkins bee publication archive at Hereford Library

Group Exhibitions:

British Council funded FutureFantastic festival, Banglore India AI installation March 2023

Sluice and PADA Lisbon moving image work and paint installation at PADA for Lisbon Art Weekend 2022

Nature of Cities festival moving image installation 2022

AMP Gallery, Sluice exhibition and magazine launch Mycorrhiza January 2020

Manchester Contemporary 2019 Salt road booth, moving image and motion capture work.

Moving image installation for Salt Road at Sluice Berlin EXCHANGE BERLIN an international exposition of artist/curator-led presentations loosely underpinned by ideas around transnational localism.

Dark tent moving image installation at the Hive in Worcester for the Worcester innovation event, celebrating the 1892 Worcester industry Exhibition. May 2018

Moving image installation Wrong Door film club in the ex- Malvern hospital April 2018

HLF funded two exhibitions in Hereford at DKP gallery and HARC digital art installations and work made with100 young people from Worcestershire and Herefordshire. Based on archives from women’s suffrage movement and WW1 lumber-jills. April 2018

Projection mapping and moving image artist IAN Invisible Art Network Happening Hereford, with the Rural Media Company, October 2017

Sluice Biennial moving image install and exhibition curator for the Black Hole Club Salt Road installations, Hackney London. October 2017

Lead artist, Treeline Biophilic City network, University of Birmingham and City University Birmingham STEAMhouse artist  October 2017

People in Motion refugee Under One Sky artist moving image installation at DKP Left Bank Hereford, September 2017

‘Dig me Out of The Woods’ at Vivid Projects for the Digbeth First Friday moving image installation, August 2017

Latitude Festival July 2017, moving image installation, water screen, Lake site.

Wild Hare Club moving image installation artist Left Bank Hereford June 2017,

Treeline ACE funded commission Static– lead artist, moving image artist installation artist with Salt road and Mash Cinema’s Static Treeline event, Borderlines Film Festival Hereford. March 2017

h.Energy festival moving image installation ,Queenswood County Park Herefordshire October 2016

Campfire Convention Festival installation, mixed media Herefordshire July 2016

Vivid Projects gallery Birmingham lead artist, moving image artist installations (using the lens of biomimicry) The End Of Downfall December 2016

Moving image installation for Constructing The Self: David Bowie exhibition vivid Projects Birmingham June 2016

Women’s History Network conference, Avoncroft Museum Bromsgrove, moving image installation March 2016

Bloomsbury festival, projection mapping artist for digital projection mapping onto Senate house London November 2015

Relational (workshop engagement):

Brockhampton Estate workshop program National Trust 2023- 24

Climate Museum UK for the Natural History Museum’s Our Broken Planet program, Black Country Living Museum 2023

Birmingham University BiFOR forest research center and Winterbourne House and Gardens 2023

Workshop program for Salt Road with the National Trust, 50 workshops 2023

Supported Houseing for Young people Project (SHYPP) workshop leader to develop biomimicry artwork over 10 weeks for exhibition at Queenswood Feb- April 2019

British Council and Thames Festival Trust funded Biomimicry workshop with Severn Arts and the Worcestershire Arts Partnership at the Hive Worcester November 2018

Activating Biophilic Cities conference urban planning workshop for the University of Greenwich school of design. September 2018

Moving image installation at the former USAF Greenham control tower, work made by 40 amazing local young people and adult participants in a day care centre in Greenham, based on their bio portraits/connection to nature. Part of the Wildlife Trust‘s Linking Landscape project. June 2018

University of Wales Trinity St David conference on action and activism

Arts Council England funded MAC Birmingham Terrace Gallery lead relational artist, part of Sally Payen’s The Fence and the Shadow exhibition Women in protest season, October – November 2017

Ikon Gallery Digital artist workshops and installation projections for the Ikon Youth Program November 2015

MAC Birmingham Craftivism workshops artist as part of The Fence and the Shadow Women in protest season, October 2017

The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs of the Spanish Embassy in London, FOTCIENCIA 13: DEBATE. Is more scientific culture the solution to crises, presentation on Biomimcry project, August 2017

Where Am I?  Is an exploration of self and identity, place and environment, journeys and stories, lead artist with MediaSHYPP Supported Housing  for Young People Project August 2017

Ikon Gallery June 2015, a series of workshops leading to a digital installation performance in the Gallery with Open Social Ikon Gallery May 2015, leading workshops with the Artist Teachers Scheme

Shireland Collegiate 2015 Sandwell, artist in residence, working with 3 classes over a month to produce content for Outrider exhibition

Aylestone School Hereford, 2014- 15 artist working with year 8 to produce content for Outrider exhibition

Phoenix Collegiate Sandwell 2014- 2015, artist producing content with students for exhibition

JIGSAW Dancefest, workshops with young people in schools and colleges across Herefordshire – video art & live Vj performances 2012 -2010

Common Land education program leader Hereford Photography Festival, clients and participants – Royal National College for the Blind, Hereford College of Arts, Herefordshire Council Looked After children Unit, Whitecross School Hereford, St Marys School Hereford, John Kyrle High School Ross on Wye, Herefordshire Council Youth Services, Ross, Hereford & Leominster 2009-2011

Midlands Architecture and the Built Environment MADE, project leader Youth Spaces program, Worcester City Council Youth services, Worcestershire Council, Birmingham City Council, Herefordshire Council 2010

Research collaborations seminars and lecturing:

Hereford College of Art visiting lecturer 2024

Nature of Cities Festival 2024

Culture Declarers Emergency offer 2023

University of Birmingham 2022-24

Plymouth Marine Lab 2023

Liverpool University 2023

Basque Centre for Climate Research 2022

UCL Geography 2021

University of Worcester Fine Art Degree course visiting lecturer December 2018

University of Greenwich School of Design. Visiting Artist September 2018

Birmingham city University Biophilic art program lecture Treeline in the School of Art, May 2018

Hereford College of art BA Fine Art visiting lecturer  2015-2018

University of Worcester Film making Degree, visiting lecturer 2016

University of Birmingham Digital Humanities hub, Artist Residency ERDF funded residency to develop a new digital app to enable audiences to create collective artworks based on digital heritage archives 2015

University of Worcester, 2014 Women’s History Network conference moving image installation

Publications and awards:

International glacial Society publication Ice in a Sustainable Society 2022

Invisible Art Network motion capture development bursary 2019

Sluice magazine January 2020, October 2018  2017

a-n travel bursary 2017

Arts Council England Grants for Arts 2018

Hidden Gems Great Place award 2018

The Office for Cultural and Scientific Affairs of the Spanish Embassy 2017


Level 1 & 2 Artist Award Advisor/Assessor, Trinity College London

PTLLS Teaching NCFE Level 3, Creative Alliance.

Arts Management Cert. University of Sussex

Project management, University of Southampton

Fine Art Painting BA Hons, University of Coventry

Foundation Art and Design Diploma, North Oxfordshire Tech

Visual Art Producer:

Project Director Herefordshire Photography Festival 2010-2011

Public Art Consultant Milton Keynes Council 2009 – 2011

Public art consultant freelance 2006-2008

Public Art Officer Eastleigh Borough Council 2004- 2006

Public Art Officer Southampton City Council 2000-2003

Commissions and Public Art Officer South East Arts 2001

Projects Officer Contemporary Art Society 1999

Exhibition Officer Southern Arts ~Touring Exhibition Services 1997-1998

Freelance Artist/Visual Art Producer 1991-1996


ICA Education production of exhibition Audio guide 1993

InIVA London 1993

Brighton Museum and Art Gallery Exhibiton Dept. 1992

Transmission Gallery Glasgow 1989/ 1990

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