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, Michael Nyman, David Sylvian, Peter Gabriel, and Nine Inch Nails. (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.