Can Aksoy

London, UK

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SCA (Studio Can Aksoy) is a London based practice blending visual storytelling, digital art, and aesthetics. SCA is unique. A dynamic fusion of design, photography, and visual arts. SCA works globally with brands, organisations, and research groups on new ways of creating visual narratives; from art direction and concept ideation, to production. SCA provides full digital photography & videography services in London. ABOUT THE FOUNDER OF SCA Can Aksoy is an Architect, Photographer, and Visual Artist based in London, the UK. He has a Master of Architecture (MArch) in Advanced Architectural Design from Oxford Brookes University. His Master’s research project examined the shared experiential ground of architecture and cinema. With a diverse background ranging from architecture, urban strategy, and project management, Can’s approach to art and design employs a variety of skills and tools to solve problems and tell compelling stories through his work. Can is fascinated and inspired by the world where all encompassing visual experiences have the power to influence the human psyche beyond comprehension. Can’s passion lies in experimenting with digital media and photography. He strives to create visual narratives that uplift and inspire his viewer. He has a particular interest in all forms of experimental film and media. Can’s work has appeared on numerous art magazines and online platforms including Artsy, Artris, Dark Yellow Dot, Cherrydeck, Interalia Magazine, PM MEGAzine, OSA - Oxford School of Architecture Magazine, and Koala Agency. Film has always been an important part of Can’s life and work. In 2020, he directed a short film that depicts a man who is unknowingly trapped inside a simulated reality. His film “Malevolent” won the Runner-Up Award at the We Make Films Mobile Challenge 2020. The film has also been officially selected to feature in the “Life In Times of Corona” collection curated by the German conceptual artist Christoph Brandl. In February 2020, Can took event photographs at Rose Leahy & Amanda Baum’s “Cellumonials: Cellular Ceremonies” at Somerset House in London. In 2019, Can’s short film “Silencio” was nominated for Best Experimental Film at the Oxford International Short Film Festival (OXISFF). “Silencio” was screened at St John's College, the University of Oxford. In addition, he was shortlisted for Dark Yellow Dot and London Drawing Group’s “Drawing Prize 2019”. His abstract expressionism digital painting “Flow” was shown at the “OverDrawn” group show in London. Moreover, Can processed his photographs with digital manipulations and created a series of digitally altered images to conceptualise the innermost regions of the mind. In July 2019, this series “Chaosmos” was published in Interalia Magazine - an online magazine dedicated to the interactions between the arts, sciences and consciousness. In 2018, he was invited to take part in the “Nightfall” group exhibition at the Barn Gallery, St John’s College, Oxford. His work was also exhibited in the Key West Photography Festival in Florida, USA. Can started his own practice SCA Studio Can Aksoy in 2018 to discover new creative uses of multimedia art. sca-london.co.uk be.net/StudioCanAksoy instagram.com/StudioCanAksoy linktr.ee/StudioCanAksoy

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SCA (Studio Can Aksoy) is a London based practice blending visual storytelling, digital art, and aesthetics. SCA is unique. A dynamic fusion of design, photography, and visual arts. SCA works globally with brands, organisations, and research groups on new ways of creating visual narratives; from art direction and concept ideation, to production. SCA provides full digital photography & videography services in London. ABOUT THE FOUNDER OF SCA Can Aksoy is an Architect, Photographer, and Visual Artist based in London, the UK. He has a Master of Architecture (MArch) in Advanced Architectural Design from Oxford Brookes University. His Master’s research project examined the shared experiential ground of architecture and cinema. With a diverse background ranging from architecture, urban strategy, and project management, Can’s approach to art and design employs a variety of skills and tools to solve problems and tell compelling stories through his work. Can is fascinated and inspired by the world where all encompassing visual experiences have the power to influence the human psyche beyond comprehension. Can’s passion lies in experimenting with digital media and photography. He strives to create visual narratives that uplift and inspire his viewer. He has a particular interest in all forms of experimental film and media. Can’s work has appeared on numerous art magazines and online platforms including Artsy, Artris, Dark Yellow Dot, Cherrydeck, Interalia Magazine, PM MEGAzine, OSA - Oxford School of Architecture Magazine, and Koala Agency. Film has always been an important part of Can’s life and work. In 2020, he directed a short film that depicts a man who is unknowingly trapped inside a simulated reality. His film “Malevolent” won the Runner-Up Award at the We Make Films Mobile Challenge 2020. The film has also been officially selected to feature in the “Life In Times of Corona” collection curated by the German conceptual artist Christoph Brandl. In February 2020, Can took event photographs at Rose Leahy & Amanda Baum’s “Cellumonials: Cellular Ceremonies” at Somerset House in London. In 2019, Can’s short film “Silencio” was nominated for Best Experimental Film at the Oxford International Short Film Festival (OXISFF). “Silencio” was screened at St John's College, the University of Oxford. In addition, he was shortlisted for Dark Yellow Dot and London Drawing Group’s “Drawing Prize 2019”. His abstract expressionism digital painting “Flow” was shown at the “OverDrawn” group show in London. Moreover, Can processed his photographs with digital manipulations and created a series of digitally altered images to conceptualise the innermost regions of the mind. In July 2019, this series “Chaosmos” was published in Interalia Magazine - an online magazine dedicated to the interactions between the arts, sciences and consciousness. In 2018, he was invited to take part in the “Nightfall” group exhibition at the Barn Gallery, St John’s College, Oxford. His work was also exhibited in the Key West Photography Festival in Florida, USA. Can started his own practice SCA Studio Can Aksoy in 2018 to discover new creative uses of multimedia art. sca-london.co.uk be.net/StudioCanAksoy instagram.com/StudioCanAksoy linktr.ee/StudioCanAksoy

FOLLOWERS

408

EXPERTISE

Professional

STUDIO

Yes

POST PRODUCTION

Yes

VIDEOGRAPHY

Yes

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