Seb Lee-Delisle is a digital artist and speaker who uses computers to engage with people and inspire them.
As an artist, he likes to make interesting things from code that encourage interaction and playfulness from the public. Notable projects include Lunar Trails, featuring a 3m wide drawing machine, and PixelPyros, the Arts Council funded digital fireworks display that toured nationwide in 2013.
As a speaker he demystifies programming and explores its artistic possibilities. His presentations and workshops enable artists to overcome their fear of code and encourage programmers of all backgrounds to be more creative and imaginative.
He won 3 Microsoft Critter awards in 2013, including Web Personality of the Year and Voice of the Year (best presenter) and he was Technical Director on Big and Small, the BBC project that won a BAFTA in 2009. Notable clients include BBC, Lego, Sony, Microsoft, Google, MLB, Nickelodeon, Philips, and Unilever.
2013 Web Personality of the Year – Microsoft Critters Awards
2013 Voice of the Year (best presenter) – Microsoft Critters Awards
2013 Developer of the Year – Microsoft Critters Awards
2010 BAFTA Award for BBC digital project “ZingZillas” with Plug-in Media
2009 BAFTA Award for BBC digital project “Big and Small” with Plug-in Media
2009 Adobe MAX award nomination (Big and Small)
2009 .net Award finalist (Big and Small)
2008 FlashForward Award finalist (Pyro(technics) to the People)
2008 FlashForward Award finalist (MLB Gameday)
2008 .net Award winner for innovation (Papervision3D)
2008 Brighton Digital Media Award winner (dotBrighton)
2008 FITC Award nomination (Plug-in Media website)
2007 Y Design Award shortlist (Plug-in Media website)
2007 FlashForward Award finalist (Plug-in Media website)
2007 Webby Award nomination (Plug-in Media website)
2006 IMA Award winners in 3 categories ‘best in class’ (Plug-in Media website)
2006 Cannes Cyber Lion shortlist (The Simple Game)
2005 NMA Effectiveness Award winner (Stan James Free-kick Challenge)
2004 Marketing Magazine Award Highly Commended (Stan James Free-kick Challenge)