Kim Beveridge

Digital Artist

Since graduating from Duncan of Jordanstone College of Art and Design in 2005, Kim has worked across Scotland and internationally as a digital artist, filmmaker, and video designer for live performance.

Her work to date includes: ‘Roadkill’, a multi-award-winning site-specific piece of theatre for Pachamama Productions 2010; ‘Sinder’, a film for Dundee Rep 2021; ‘The Moss and the Cosmos’ for Cumnock Tryst 2021; Art is Everywhere, North Lanarkshire, Measuring Humanity 2023; ‘Round Our Place’, a Geo Location Soundwalk for Glasgow Life and 2023 UCI Cycling World Championships 2023.

Kim’s work is focused on digital storytelling as a creative and credible voice through which people who live across different societies can express the issues they face, as well as their hopes and dreams for the future.

Currently, Kim is an Associate Artist with Tricky Hat Productions and has been working in Japan as part of their core artistic team.

She is also a part-time lecturer within the Film & TV department at New College Lanarkshire.