Russell Mills (born Ripon, Yorkshire, 1952) studied at Canterbury and Maidstone Colleges of Art, and the Royal College of Art. Mills’ pioneering practice spans media, encompassing mixed media painting, site-specific installation, sound, film, design, visuals and lighting for contemporary dance and music, and writing.

He has produced record covers and book covers for Brian Eno, the Cocteau Twins,[1] Michael Nyman, David Sylvian, Peter Gabriel, and Nine Inch Nails.[2] (Source: Wikipedia)

In 2013, I interviewed Russell at his house in Ambleside. In 2019, I made a short film about his exhibition HAPPENSTANCE which took place at Brantwood, Home of John Ruskin.