Nicholas Houghton is an artist based in London and Folkestone, England. He has previously lived and worked in Portugal, Belgium and Canada and exhibited in London, Berlin, Leuven, Maastricht, Gijón, Montreal, Toronto and several other Canadian cities. His work uses a variety of media, the most common being lens-based accompanied by text, through which he tells stories.
Teaches part-time at the University for the Creative Arts. Institutions where he has taught include University of the Arts London, University of Leeds, Cleveland College of Art & Design, Ravensbourne, University of Greenwich, Instituto Politécnico de Viana do Castelo, Université du Québec and Nova Scotia College of Art & Design.
Work in the collection of Montreal Museum of Fine Art and Confederation Centre Charlottetown Residencies at the Centre for Drawing Project Space, Wimbledon in 2008 and 2009.
Wimbledon School of Art - Foundation
Slade School of Fine Art - Undergraduate
Nova Scotia College of Art & Design - MFA
University of Roehampton - PhD
17-19 Tontine Stree, Folkestone, Kent, UK