About Tony Hill

Born in London in 1946, Tony Hill studied Architecture and Sculpture and makes experimental short films that are somewhere between sculpture and cinema. He has been working as an independent film-maker since 1973, usually taking on all aspects of production and often developing and building his own equipment. He also works with installations, photography and sound.

He has presented his work at many Art Galleries and in Film Festivals worldwide. His films have been broadcast on network television in many countries and have won several awards. They have been published in the UK and Japan.

His commercial work includes directing music videos and TV commercials.

He taught film and video from 1982 until 2002 at the University of Derby becoming Professor of Film, taught filmmaking at Plymouth College of Art from 2004 until 2011 and is currently an Associate Lecturer at the University of Plymouth.