Based in United Kingdom
Stephen Quick born in Honiton and trained in Bristol. Since leaving university he has set up the art and film studio "Splintered Studios" which has been based in Honiton, Teignmouth and now back in Bristol.
He is an internationally collected artist with collectors all around Europe and America and as far a field as Australia and Japan. High profile projects have included his artwork for the stage production of Mojo Mickeybo on London's West End.
His film "In the Key of Water" was used to highlight water shortage at The National Association of Landscape Architects in Bergan, Norway. Articles on his art and art theory have featured in various local magazines including Devon Life, Plymouth Life, Home and Garden and Exeter Flying post.
His speed painting videos have featured on Sky's Oops TV, and the web sites of the BBC, Adam and Joe, GameSpot UK and 30 Seconds To Mars. These videos have brought him massive exposure and a wide fan base; they have attracted over 800,000 views on YouTube, to whom he is now a partner with.