Dominic de Vere
Dominic de Vere is a visual artist based in London. He has an MA in Artist’s Film, Video and Photography from University for the Creative Arts, and a BA in Film from Anglia Ruskin Cambridge.
Recent work includes Aonrú, a documentary commission on Cape Clear island, off the west coast of Ireland. He has worked extensively with Dover Arts Development, writing and editing a feature length documentary with filmmaker Marianne Kapfer in 2012. In 2013 he was one of six commissioned artists as part of their War & Peace programme. In 2011, he travelled to the remote subtropical island of St Helena to document the efforts of a Kew scientist fighting to save the the world’s rarest tree, the Bastard Gumwood. Between 2007 and 2010 he collaborated with Wet Collodion photographer Sebastian Edge, travelling around the UK in a Ford Transit van, converted into a mobile darkroom for processing and projecting Super 8 and 16mm film.
He has taught filmmaking at Anglia Ruskin Cambridge and taught undergraduate Video Arts BA students at University for the Creative Arts, alongside co-running the educational component of the Wimbledon International Film Festival. He is currently working on his first feature film.
- 10 artists 10 works for the DAD 10th Anniversary Newspaper
- Let’s get together
- Folkestone Screening of Watermark
- More DAD films at the Dover Silver Screen
- Watermark screenings at the Dover Silver Screen
- Chalk Up’s first meeting
- Sensing & Seeing
- Walk @ Full Moon July 31st
- DAD presents at Tage der Utopie in Breklum, Germany
- War & Peace: the film
- Transit: Pulp & Rags: The Grand Finale
- RE-VEIL-LE: new work by Joanna Jones
- The Watermark team are back in Dover
- Filmmakers meet at Cultural Olympiad weekend
- UCA Maidstone Students Collaborate on the Story Shop