Jamie Mills is a Senior Lecturer on the BA (Hons) Illustration course.
Jamie is a practicing freelance illustrator and illustration researcher. His research interests lie in the realm of ecological complexity and exploring non-human perspectives. In response to field-work, dwelling, observation and entanglements, he produces drawings, prints, bookworks and animations.
He has exhibited extensively and showcased work at print and illustration festivals both nationally and internationally, including OFFPRINT London, Pick Me Up, ELCAF, Leeds Print Festival and Angoulême Comics Festival, alongside setting up the print and publishing fair, Print Stuff, in 2017.
Mills, J. (2017) Print stuff – independent print & publishing fair. De Grey Rooms, York. 1 April 2017, 28 April 2018 and 4-5 May 2019.
Mills, J. (2018) ‘The edge of the sea: complexity, layering and gesture as analogy and meaning’.