Freelance CV

Who am I? Seraphim Bryant

A Masters Student from UWE Bristol who specialises in artwork made in printing techniques. My images have been used in illustrations for books, magazine articles, workshops and museum exhibitions. I am also a Creative Writer who makes content for short-story collections and poetry anthologies.

How to contact me; Email-Bluefalcon1983@gmail.com. You can contact the creative team over Facebook and Instagram – Blue Falcon 1983, or leave a message on mobile: 07793460008

My Experience:

  • December 2017 Cover Art and set of three images for the Worcester Cathedral and Worcester University joint Carol Service Booklet and Poster. { images later became charity Christmas cards sold at Worcester cathedral.
  • September 2018 Book Cover and 16 illustrations for “Max & Luchia The Game Maker” By Kevin Brooke
  • September 2018 Posters, web images and publicity book marks for the book launch of “Max & Luchia The Game Maker” By Kevin Brooke
  • September 2018 Two illustrations and a poem for the anthology “Motherhood, Loss and the First World War” published by Royal Holloway University of London and the Institute of Historical Research.
  • Commission from GMMM Worcester
  • December 2018 Cover Art and 3 Vignettes for the Worcester Cathedral and Worcester University joint Carol Service Booklet and Poster.
  • July 2019 Book Cover for the anthology “Bucket of Fish” By Kevin Brooke
  • July 2020 Book Cover and 22 illustrations for “THE OBJECTORS” By Kevin Brooke
  • July 2020 Book Cover for “April’s Shower” By Peter Cooper
  • August 2020 ‘Mondo’ Style Movie Poster for “The Woods are Plagued” By James E Taylor and Matthew Harmon  
  • August 2020 Book Cover for “The People of Fey Manor” By Peter Cooper

Examples From Previous Commissions:

Max & Luchia The Game Makers. Published 23rd September 2018

Illustrator

Commission from GMMM Worcester: Educational Illustration

Spanish Flu exhibition marked the centenary of the outbreak of Spanish flu, a pandemic that killed more people than the First World War itself.

Just after the Great War in 1918, Infecting up to half of the world’s population, the death toll from this lethal pandemic far outstripped that of the war, with victims suffering from often terrifying and gruesome symptoms. The purpose of my illustrations were to make the exhibition visually accessible for younger visitors and support the educational side for schools and participants.

VR GALLERY FUN

Creating my own virtual reality gallery exhibition for a project on History & Heritage during Covid-19 lockdown.

Click the link below for the VR Gallery

https://www.artsteps.com/embed/5eb2df44c3d4d95796863af8/560/315