Hillon’s focus is on the design and production of sculptural forms, exploring the interaction between viewer, spatial dimensions and fortified structures. Scale and connectivity are key considerations, with current research exploring principles and new media technologies that unify sculpture,  with space to produce immersive works that provide potential for increased accessibility and audience participation  

 b. 1968, Lives & Works Plymouth UK
 Current studio holder at KARST
 Employment: Technical Demonstrator, Plymouth College of Art. 

 Previous employment: Freelance Technician & Technical Coordinator at KARST

 Contact: mail (a)

 2018 – MA Fine Art Practice – Plymouth College of Art
 2011 – 2014 BA (Hons) Fine Art Practice (1st Degree Hons) Plymouth College of Art .

 2017 Manifestations, solo show,Cafe Gallery, Exeter Pheonix, Exeter.
 2016 Staging Post, group show, Inland Art Festival, Redruth.
 2016 Entroducing, KARST studio exhibition.
 2016 There Is But One Step From The Grotesque To The Horrible, Plymouth.
 2015 Editions, group open studio show, KARST, Plymouth.
 2015 One Year On, group show,Regent building, Plymouth College of Art.
 2014 Post graduate group show, Council House Gallery, Plymouth
 2014 Graduate summer show, Plymouth College of Art.
 2013 Trail, T.A.A.G Teignmouth, group exhibition.
 2013 The Marmite Prize for Painting, group intervention. Plymouth College of Art,
 2012 Illustrations purchased and published by Raging Swan Press, online.
 2012 Namaak, Studio 11, Plymouth College of Art, collaborative exhibition.

 Sculptural Workshop, PCA Young Arts Plymouth, 2018
 Making as Learning, Tate Exchange, London 2017
 Concept Design Using Maquettes, Plymouth College of Art, 2016


 Academic Dean Award, Best in Show, Plymouth College Of Art, 2018

 Student corporation prize 2014, Plymouth College of Art, 2014