by Aron Mazel & George Nash
21 September 2022
In 2004 he received the Science & Technology Web Award: Anthropology & Paleontology from Scientific American magazine. He was appointed director of the online project Journey of Mankind Genetic Map, a virtual global journey of modern humankind over the last 160,000 years, in collaboration with Professor Stephen Oppenheimer (University of Oxford - School of Anthropology & Museum Ethnography). In 2008 he received a web award from American Scientist magazine for this project.
In 2008 he was appointed director of Boilerplate Productions, the Bradshaw Foundation’s in-house film production company, and produced the iLecture documentary series on rock art. He is currently working on new film projects with the Center for the Advanced Study of Hominid Paleobiology in the United States and with Alchemy VR, the digital arm of Atlantic Productions, looking at the production of virtual reality experiences involving rock art and virtual caves.
As well as working as a designer and filmmaker, he is an accomplished musician with a passion for bringing these elements of the arts to his work.