Matthew Shadbolt

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Gender MALE
Industry Marketing
Occupation Director Of Interactive Marketing
Location Denville, New Jersey, United States
Introduction "It is more appropriate to define Matthew's projects as part of a journey rather than as a series of objectives achieved: and there are discreet achievements in abundance... There is no doubt that Matthew Shadbolt is an important designer, and that he will continue to break new ground with his work in the future." John Thompson, Jan van Eyck Akademie
Interests Graphic Design, Reading, The History Of The British Empire, Star Wars, Web Design, Blogging, Macintosh Computers, Typography, Museums, Factory Records, Yankees Baseball, Arsenal and Yeovil Town Football Clubs, Green Lantern, Collecting Old Indie Vinyl, Qees, Trexis and Other Designer Toys, Mike Leigh, PS2, Going To The Movies, Eating Out (Indian and Chinese Especially)
Favorite Movies Withnail & I, How To Get Ahead In Advertising, The Phantom Menace, Attack Of The Clones, The Revenge Of The Sith, A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back, The Return Of The Jedi, The Shining, Barry Lyndon, 2001 A Space Odyssey, The Aviator, Zulu, Zulu Dawn, Capote, Good Night & Good Luck, Syriana, Network, Munich, Saw
Favorite Music Film School, Editors, The Fatales, Fourth Of July, New Order, Interpol, Sigur Ros, Embrace, John Williams, Ride, Chapterhouse, Slowdive, My Bloody Valentine, Happy Mondays, Paris Angels, The Stone Roses, Joy Division, Idlewild, The Doves, Lowgold, The Album Leaf, Aqualung, Pixies, The Smiths, Durutti Column, The Mars Volta, Mojave 3, Pale Saints, Clinic, Charlene, Kraftwerk, Mogwai, Elefant
Favorite Books 'No Logo' Naomi Klein, 'Designed By Peter Saville' Rick Poyner, 'The Ten Rules' Martha Stewart, 'In Cold Blood' Truman Capote, 'Outposts' Simon Winchester, 'Blog!' David Kline, 'The Washing Of The Spears' Donald Morris, 'The Stones Of Summer' Dow Mossman, 'War Stories And Poems' Rudyard Kipling, 'Into Africa' Martin Dugard, 'The New York Trilogy' Paul Auster, 'Labyrinths' Jorge Luis Borges, 'Touching From A Distance' Deborah Curtis, 'I Was A Robot' Wolfgang Flur