Multi-media artist working across theatre, journalism and film
James Murray-White received one of Cape Farewell’s RiverRun art commissions, interrogating the environmental impact of Dorset farming on the rivers and waters of Poole Bay.
He is a multi-media artist who has worked across theatre, journalism and reviews, and now focuses on creating powerful and moving films for a range of projects, campaigns and clients.
Based in Cambridge, UK, James has also lived and worked in Scotland, Eire, Mongolia, and the Middle East. His passions include exploring ecological connections, anthropological spaces, and creative responses to issues.
James is filmmaker in residence with GroundWork Gallery in King’s Lynn, Norfolk, documenting their award-winning work with artists exploring environmental issues. He has been filmmaker in residence within the NHS & Cambridge University Dementia Research Network, and senior producer for Cambridge TV. James is a Salzburg Global Fellow, participating in the Creativity and Neuroscience programme of Salzburg Global Seminar, an independent non-profit organization founded in 1947 to challenge current and future leaders to shape a better world.
James is a passionate campaigner for various social justice campaigns, especially that of refugees, and on climate change and the need for co-ordinated human response, from the individual through to the societal level.