Projects per year
Amy Dover's work focuses on the relationships and perceptions of humans with non-human animals. Through highly detailed graphite drawings she toys with allegorical narratives and surreal moments to challenge the viewers perceptions or the creatures within them. She has recently been developing research and work around the human impact on endangered species and the 6th mass extinction, and hopes to raise this as an critical international concern. She also works as a freelance illustrator and has worked for clients such as World Animal Protection, M&S, Pearlfisher and Gardiner Richardson. She is a part time lecturer on the Graphic Design and Illustration degree at Teesside University.
Research Output per year
Research output: Non-textual form › Web publication/site