Peter Hudson has a uniquely diverse creative background encompassing music composition, graphic design, public art and teaching ukulele, and which embraces the fun and the philosophical aspects of human experience.
His journey began in music: composing for the BBC and Channel 4, touring the country performing at festivals such as Bestival and Jarvis Cocker’s Meltdown and leading large-scale ukulele workshops at the Royal Festival Hall. In 2013 he completed a degree in Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts and in 2016 a Master’s in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Arts. His interactive installations include: Eye Contact an interactive light work for the main window at Wellcome Collection, London, which ran for a year from 2014-2015; Being Undetectable, an outdoor, enterable black rubber-clad 2.5m cube, shown at the Royal College of Art, London 2016; and Open It, an interactive video installation, shown as Artist-in-Residence at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London 2017. His work has been featured in press including Vice, New Scientist and the Evening Standard.
He was recently a visiting lecturer and workshop leader at the Royal College of Art, and teaches ukulele.