Michael Bycroft started producing intriguing photography work in 2009, focusing his interests on the more overlooked components of modern life by honing in on the elements that may ordinarily be missed.

As his personal and artistic influences have progressed, so too has his work, the focus moving away from photography and onto the captivating and unpredictable medium of glitch art. Heavily inspired by experimental electronic music and a fascination with the limitations (or lack thereof) of technology, he has currently produced a number of projects using this method and intends to continue in the future.

He became a Sheffield Hallam University photography graduate in the summer of 2014 and has so far exhibited work in such venues as Somerset House and Jetty Peninsula in London and Millennium Gallery in Sheffield.

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