James Marsh began his illustration career working in the English recording industry in London, where in 1966, he met and began working with the graphic designer, Alan Aldridge at his Ink Studios, where he had the opportunity to work on high profile projects including ‘The Beatles Illustrated Lyrics’ and Andy Warhol’s ‘Chelsea Girls’ movie poster. Since then, his illustrations have been commissioned worldwide by the advertising, publishing and magazine industries. His work has been featured on everything from posters and packaging to books and magazine covers. He has been featured in leading European and North American graphic arts periodicals and annuals, winning numerous awards both at home and abroad. James is best known for collaborating with the seminal 1980’s band Talk Talk, creating all of their iconic album covers & posters throughout the band’s career. Constantly evolving, he’s been creating personal abstract paintings, reliefs and prints. James lives and works in Hythe, Kent, UK.