James Forrest
Since 2003
Works in Lynn United States of America

James works to create rich online experiences for the Peabody Essex Museum (www.pem.org) and is a visual artist working in 2D and Net art (ambalogic.com). His background is in Sound Design, Interactive/Graphic Design, and Printmaking.

His clients include the Boston Conservatory, Techevolution, Applied Value, CC Design, Fuddruckers, and Salem State College.

Since joining the Peabody Essex Museum in 2000, he has worked on numerous special exhibition projects including features on photographers Bohnchang Koo, Kenro Izu and Edward Curtis, New Mexico's Indian Market, the Endurance, Frank W. Benson, and the Forbidden City.

Forrest has received awards for printmaking and creativity and has exhibited his artwork at the Mass Art Film Society (Boston), Massachusetts Institute of Technology (Cambridge), La Fete Du Sisk (Cambridge), Marblehead Arts Festival, Front Street Coffee Shop (Salem), Essex Camera Gallery (Salem), Rockport's First Night and the Winfisky Gallery (Salem).

Currently he is the producer of PEM's website redesign and is actively exploring new ways of expanding the Museum experience both physically and virtually. He is also producing an online journal of new media