BORN:   
U.K. 1977   
    
LIVES/WORKS:   
U.K. London   
    
EDUCATION:
2004-2007 M.A. Fine Art Royal Academy Schools
2003-2007 B.A. Honours Fine Art 1st Class Middlesex University
    
SOLO EXHIBITIONS:
2008The Cabinet Brahause 5, Frankfurt
2008Boundaries Thomas Williams. London
    
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS:
2008Anticipation (Kay Saatchi, Catriona Warren) Selfridges, London
2008A stain upon the silence (Chris Page, Chris Shilling) St. Martins College of Art, London
2008The Past is History (Zavier Ellis, Simon Rumley) Changing Role Gallery, Rome and Naples
2008New London School (Zavier Ellis, Simon Rumley) Mark Moore Gallery, L.A.
2008Icon (curated by Hugh Mendes) Primo Alonso Gallery, London
2007The Future Can Wait (Zavier Ellis, Simon Rumley) Ellis Rumley Projects, Atlantis Gallery, London
2006RA 5 Lennon Weinberg, New York
2006Royal Academy Show Wisniez Castle, Krakow
200550 Selected artists Hollow Salon, London
200412 Award winners Show Florence Trust, London
    
AWARDS & RESIDENCIES:
2000-2004 Florence Trust Studio Award
    
BIBLIOGRAPHY:
Bon International, no.12 15 Young Masters, Friere Barnes
Miser and Now, Issue 10 Q&A.
Sunday Times, Aug 2007 A guide to the fairs, Richard Clayton
The Times, Oct 2007 Oh you pretty things, Derwent May
    
COLLECTIONS:
Private Collections in Switzerland, Germany, U.S.A. and U.K.
Sir Norman Rosenthal
David Roberts
Kay Saatchi
    
ARTIST STATEMENT:
Jackson’s practise is fuelled by a desire to engage and understand certain problems when faced with a specific image. These images derive from a fascination and pleasure involved in the world of the violent, de-based, voyeuristic and animal. Ideas of freedom both physically and mentally are played out in a scene linked within an internal anxiety that both propels and immerses both the head and the heart, opening a space wherein the viewer and the artist are placed with a forum of power relations underpinned by its need of paint and life.