Jaime Jackson is a collaborative biophilic digital and relational (engagement) artist. His practice uses digital technologies including motion capture, augmented reality and moving image (film). His work explores the gap and separation from the natural world that people experience today. Born in Oxford he has a degree in Fine Art Painting from Coventry University and trained in Arts Management at Sussex University.
He is member of contemporary artist networks including Culture Declares Emergency, Climate Museum UK, STEAMhouse Birmingham, Invisible Art Network and STEAMhouse. Jaime collaborates with scientists and researchers in climate change, to co-produce artwork He develops collaborative art practices to communicate and interpret climate change science through the lens of biomimicry.