Reuben Davies Lindley is a Multidisciplinary Artist who has been studying Moving Image at Brighton University for the past three years. His work uses a multitude of formats including 16mm, 8mm, photography, soundscapes, animation miniDV and digital. Reuben’s work primarily focuses on the human condition, exploring themes of identity, grief, masculinity, femininity and structure. Exploring these themes through different mediums allows the work to express visually, the complications of each topics feeding through the process of making, each format presents a different challenge much like the themes Reuben’s explores. With the focus on emotive film making, Reuben’s work often comes from a place of impulse and the need to create. Reuben’s latest work ‘Clipped’ explores the history of the British skinhead, moving through how the original subculture was stolen and now how new age skinheads are taking subculture back to its anti-racist roots.