Peter Hudson has a uniquely diverse creative background. His journey began in music, which featured him composing music for the BBC and Channel 4, touring the country performing at festivals such as Bestival and Jarvis Cocker’s Meltdown, and leading large-scale ukulele workshops at the Royal Festival Hall. Since achieving a 1st class honours in Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts and a Master’s Degree in Design Interactions at the Royal College of Arts he has since had his interactive installations featured in press including Vice, New Scientist and the Evening Standard. He continues to share his learnings and experience by running evening ukulele courses and as visiting lecturer and workshop leader at the Royal College of Art.

Technical skills

Video editing; A/V tech; computer programming and electronics; music performance and production; sound engineering; full UK driving licence.


Adobe Creative Suite esp, Indesign, Premiere Pro; Final Cut Pro;; Python.

Selected Work Experience / Commissions

Southbank University 2017 Guest moderator, BA Product Design.

Southbank Centre 2016 Room For Alternative thinking-through-making workshop designer and leader.

Royal College of Art 2014-2016 Visiting lecturer and design workshop leader.

Wellcome Collection 2014-2015 Window Display Commission Winner. Artist.

Shuffle Festival 2013-2015 Interactive photographic installation, design and fabrication. Book design.

Film Theory For Beginners, Zidane Press 2014 Book design and layout.

Newham Holiday School Ukulele workshop leader at summer school for primary school aged children.

Ukulele Workshop Leader 2007-present. Leading 10-week ukulele courses for beginners to intermediates.

St Edmunds Primary School 2007-2011 Ukulele teacher in primary in school to years 4, 5 and 6.

Sound Engineer 2006 Displaced Women. Insight News TV for Al Jazeera International.

Associate Producer 2006 Breast Ironing. Filmed in Cameroon for Current TV.

Composer / Music Producer 2002-2009 Credits include The Monastery, BBC ONE; Dispatches, Channel 4; and  Displaced Women, Al Jazeera. Full credit list available on request.


ShowRCA, Royal College of Art, 2016

Creative Matters, The Store, Dulwich College, 2016

Design Tonic, Changing Minds Festival, Southbank Centre, 2016

WIP Show, Royal College of Art, 2016

Cacophonia House Exhibition, March 2016

WIP Show, Royal College of Art, 2015

What’s In Tour?, Shuffle Festival, London, 2015

Eye Contact, Year long solo art installation, Wellcome Collection, Euston Road, 2014-2015

St Clement’s, St Clement’s Hospital, Mile End, August 2013

Most Likely, Graphic Design Degree Show, Camberwell College of the Arts, London, June 2013

Work in Process, New Gallery, Peckham, March 2013

On Our Side, Boulevard No. 6, Galerie Oh! Plat, Strasbourg, June 2012

Boulevard No. 5, Galerie Syndicat Potential, Strasbourg, February 2012

Unknown Lands Exhibition, New Gallery, Peckham, March 2011

Camberwell Cloud, Arts Libris, Barcelona, March 2011

Formal Education

2014-2016 MA Design Interactions at Royal College of Art

2011-2014 BA Graphic Design at Camberwell College of Arts

2010-2011 Foundation in Art and Design at Camberwell College of Arts

2000-2002 Richmond-Upon-Thames College A Levels. Maths, French, Philosophy

1994-2000 Chestnut Grove School, 10.5 GCSEs

Other Education

2012-2013 Erasmus Year MA-level Communication Graphique at École Supérieure des Arts Décoratifs de Strasbourg

2010 ABC Illustration short course, Camberwell College of Arts

2010 ABC Printmaking short course, Camberwell College of Arts


French – Intermediate

German – Beginner