David Roskilly is an artist, designer, photographer and web developer currently living and working in London.

David did his foundation year at Falmouth School of Art in Cornwall and then studied Fine Art at Saint Martins School of Art in London, working in the Experimental Film Unit headed by Malcolm Le Grice.

He began work as a freelance designer working mainly for record companies before switching to web design and development as part of the multimedia company Xinc.

In 1995 he co-founded Reactor Interactive, a multidisciplinary design studio in Shoreditch and it was from then that he started taking images of texture and the proto-streetart that was starting to appear on the streets of Shoreditch and Brick Lane.

After a brief period as Creative Director at a large .com company, he began working at the design company Kube in Shoreditch, working mainly as a web developer.

For the last several years David has gone back to freelance design and web development working with many clients in a wide range of disciplines.

His most recent work as an artist explores the idea of the intertextuality that exists on every surface of the modern visual environment and it’s historical and continuing communication. It raises questions as to where this dialogue originates from and to where it extends. It is also concerned with the occurrence of the abstract against this backdrop. There is a full range of his artwork and photography at

David studied Jungian psychology for several years and is a Tai Chi teacher of many years experience.


He can be contacted by email at
Some influences.