Tony Hull is a renowned teacher and authority on drawing. He has taught at various Art Schools including Central Saint Martin’s College of Art and Design, Manchester and Cheltenham working on both MA and BA programmes. He currently has the post of Tutor in Drawing at City Lit Institute in Covent Garden, London.

His BA was taken at Chelsea School of Art, followed by Post Graduate at the Slade, after which Tony worked on number of animation productions including Walt Disney’s Who framed Roger Rabbit. For Vanguard Animation he ran weekly life drawing workshops throughout the Valiant film production. Tony has since developed and run tailored drawing workshops for a range of clients including Electronic Arts UK. Due to demand arising from these sessions he was asked to develop seminars on critique.

Over the past decade Tony has been running critique workshops built around a central drawing component. These look at ways to make the critique process more focused to improve dialogue and effectiveness. Tony has run a series of these workshops at Microsoft in Seattle, Microsoft Research Asia in Beijing, Electronic Arts, Tell Me in San Francisco and Kaos Studios (THQ) in New York.

Tony is an exhibiting artist based in London with work in numerous European and U.S. collections. He is currently writing a book, Adventures in Real Space: Drawing.