Reece Cumberland-Ward - Portfolio
Career orientated, committed and intelligent creative with ambitions in art, video and emerging technologies such as web 3.0
Art/Interior Design: Visiting museums and following art accounts, I have enjoyed art since I was a child. Some of my favourite digital artists are “digiyams” and “@90gram”. Takashi Murakami is my favourite contemporary artist & as for interior design, I love mid-century modern design and mid-century pioneers such as the Eames brothers.
Film and 3D work: I enjoy videography, such as documenting my travels in VLOGs, for example, my trip to Japan. I also have an interest in Cinema 4D and often create 3D pieces in my free time.
Fashion: Fashion is one of the subjects I have consistently enjoyed since a kid and still enjoy to this day. I have quite a few streetwear and luxury fashion house favourites so I can't name them all but a few are; Dior, Chanel, Vivienne Westwood, Alexander McQueen, Rick Owens, Moncler, Chrome Hearts and BAPE.
Architecture: Architecture is something I really grew to love as I entered my late teens/early twenties, with architects such as Zaha Hadid and Le Corbusier being some of my favourites.
Cryptocurrency and Web 3.0: Since 2019 I have been increasingly interested in Cryptocurrency and the emerging Web 3.0 ecosystem. Even choosing to create my own online, interactive, digital magazine with scannable QR codes leading to web 3 applications such as Opensea.
Spanish: I have always wanted to learn Spanish & last year started to learn how, with Rosetta Stone & the help of a native friend.
The Gym: I love a good gym session and try my best to go 4x a week!
Reading: I enjoy reading in my free time, some of my favourite books are Siddhartha and Demian by Hermann Hesse.
Eating out: Like most people I enjoy eating out, trying new foods and going for drinks.
Travelling: I had done a fair amount of travelling before covid and still plan on visiting more countries as the world opens again, my favourite trip was Japan in 2019.
Tech: The more it evolves, the more exciting it seems and I often find myself fascinated by new, emerging tech. Currently I believe the most interesting and groundbreaking developments of the future will come from AI, but we'll see.