Jaime is a moving image/digital & relational artist specialising in participatory practice and artist film-making, engaging communities in digital environmental projects. His current work explores the gap, distance and separation from the natural world that many people experience today- particularly in busy metropolis, by staging digital and traditional interventions in this gap and re-imagine or re‐connect these primordial connections with nature via modern tools. Since graduating with a Fine Art degree in 1989 Jaime has continually worked as a visual artist, curator and project manager in London, the South East and West Midlands, now Artist Director of Salt Road and the sustainability charity New Leaf Jaime is currently working on a series of Arts Council England project around biodiversity and protest.
Biomimicry and art: ‘’It’s only when we understand the meaning of ‘enough’ that we start to accumulate real wealth. As in nature, ‘enough’ gets the job done well; doing or having more than we need wastes time, resources, and ultimately, our lives”. Andy Middleton 2016