Daniel Jewesbury was born in south London in 1972 and studied Fine Art at the National College of Art and Design in Dublin between 1992 and 1996. Upon graduating Daniel moved to Belfast where he studied for a PhD in the Media Studies department of the University of Ulster between 1997 and 2001. In recent years Daniel’s work has been concentrated on 16mm film-making, but he has also exhibited photography, text pieces, radio works and sound installations and he has made performances. Daniel has shown internationally, including at Manifesta 3 in Ljubljana, and in 2001 won the Victor Treacy award at the Butler Gallery in Kilkenny. He was a founder of the film-screening organisation Cinilingus and of the audiovisual festival Visonic, both of which organised major events across Northern Ireland. In 2010 Daniel curated the exhibition re:public at Temple Bar Gallery, Dublin, in collaboration with GradCam, the Graduate School of Creative Arts and Media, with whom he is a Visiting Fellow.