Presentation on technology
"Over the past 5 years I have been regularly invited around the world to give talks on material science and advances in technology and share my research and thoughts and the stage with multiple Noble prize winners"
Arts and Crafts training
Choosing to study in North Peckham with my school art teachers all (RCA) Royal College of Arts graduates in Fine Art (Bobby Sharavich), Textiles, Photography, and (Arnold Palmer) Jewellery and Sculpture (only student taking the course as it was deemed not a career) surrounded by the best creative talent in the 1980/90's, in European classical style of fine art, the golden mean in composition, perspective in line and colour, later I started over with north African art of Egypt and body adornment of different tribes and cultures around the world, The geometry of the tiles of Mosques and the Kabuki theatre of Japan the hand made paper and wood cuts of the crashing waves and it’s symbolism.
Becoming involved in the digital arts early while I was still studying at Central St Martins, before there where any courses, I searched out talks and met the pioneers in 3D, the coder of first ray tracing system used in animation and discussed geometry and photons of daylight light, and met and worked with cartoon artists including Disney style sheet artist (the master drawings).
Custom built 3d scanner for a undisclosed project high detail 3D structured light scanner, below is a image of my baby daughters first tooth marks on a foam door stopper in the calibration 3D scans.
The GOLDSMITHS’ Company.
Forward by Peter Taylor, Director Technology & Training "Even those of us who have a little knowledge in relation to the subject are still often baffled by the terms used by the salesmen who wish to encourage us to take on board their particular product."
John "As the sole author and illustrator of the industry white paper designed to demystify the technical jargon associated with the 3D industry, knowing the UK industry I visited the United Arab Emirates to visit workshops meet craftsmen and Japan photographing the cherry blossom in spring for the illustrations, and meet the lead animator of Lord of the Rings, this lead to the second paper the software Matrix, testing a very wide range of software on the market from NASA to Japanese custom made, I was not the salesman's friend"
"the GOLDSMITHS' Company technical report on CAD Design has the Royal Charter that upholding the World Gold Standard printed in Gold on each and every page of the publication"
The Worshipful Company of Goldsmiths, more commonly known as the Goldsmiths' Company, is one of the Twelve Great Livery Companies that founded the City of London and received its first Royal Charter in 1327 giving it the right to enforce good authority, to uphold the Silver and Gold standards, so powerful they founded GOLDSMITHS' art college for the poor and the Leopard ultimately helped bank roll the abolition of slavery when compensation was agreed to the slave owners which negatively effected the economy of the day fare more than any modern financial crisis.
CEO and founder of Spring Studios
John has always had such an incredible imagination. I think imagination is better than knowledge and sometimes even more precious than reality … It inspires sense of admiration of possibilities within the limitations of facts.
Fellow of the RSA (Royal Society for the encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce) is an award granted to individuals that the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) judges to have made outstanding achievements to social progress and development.
"To make positive change in society through the international network of creative minds for the better good of the human race."
Notable past fellows include Charles Dickens, Benjamin Franklin, Stephen Hawking, Karl Marx, Adam Smith, Nelson Mandela, David Attenborough, William Hogarth, John Diefenbaker, and Tim Berners-Lee. Today, the RSA has Fellows elected from 80 countries worldwide.
Particle physics and light since our first meeting on ray tracing in 1993? charlotte street London for drinks with Bline (not sure of spelling Norwegian) inventor of 3D studio ray tracing, photons of light reflect off surfaces and disperse in a number of manners today Radiance real world materials are lab value HDR environments take more processing heat radiation, light but they save time by working backwards and only calculating the photons needed ie the object effected. (science standard used in court I was principal researcher in glare)
The suns photons reflect off the sea making the sky blue and reflect back to earth by the upper atmosphere this bounce is happening too many times, the Green house effect.
Objects inside the Sucofocus of the mummies at the British Museum, MMR scan, then 3D data from Dicom medical file data Voxel model was converted into STL file and printed on work 3D Systems/ZCorp Projet 660 pro by Jan at iMakr, recently after approximately 7 years 3D Systems received FDA approval for medical models.
National Health Service: NHS Digital
"It can be confusing, to support UK industry I wrote a white paper for the GOLDSMITHS' company with an explanation of all the technical terminology associated with CAD design, I believe I have permission to give it to you"
NHS Digital: "I would like that, Thank you John"
British Library: 3D
John "Create real world HDR Lighting environment maps for the photogrammetry 3D scanned antiquities, interactive WebGL online for the public around the world to see the antiquities and where they where found"
British Libary and British Museum, Head of antiques Middle East, Africa and Asia: "Nice idea John"
CEO Award for innovation
As the business manager of VerticesEdge, Aterah is a Chartered Manager CMgr MCMI and IAM AM, who is dedicated to total quality, sustainability and corporate social responsibility, We have won multiple Business awards over the past few years including Global CEO Award for innovation. (turned down being in the published pages of the publication)
As the specialist in 3D printing for the creative industries in London, in the group of companies that owned the London Graphic Centre, a land mark in the creative community, delivering talks to every industry in design and development, being the go to people in the creative industries in London.