Chip Neville is a new media artist working in traditional and electronic music, animation, video, installation, and performance. His work covers a diverse set of topics ranging from humor to politics with an emphasis on local environmental issues.
He has worked for over 30 years as a graphic designer and extensively during that time as an illustrator with work in more than twenty internationally published award winning children’s books.
Musically Chip has written and performed music with the Tampa Artist and Writer's Group, Tampa Bay Composer’s forum, performed as a guitarist and singer in musical ensembles, and toured with the Florida Orchestra. He also worked teaching guitar lessons privately and through the USF Community Music Division.
As an artist he has exhibited work at film festivals and galleries across the country showing experimental video, photography, animation, and video installation combined with performance.
While active in the local music and arts community, Chip has most recently been working as a college instructor. He specializes in animation, digital audio, video production, visual theory, and new media. He currently is fulltime faculty for the Art Institute of Tampa, and adjuncts at St. Petersburg College. He has also instructed in various capacities on the faculties of the International Academy of Design and Technology (Tampa), University of South Florida, and the University of Tampa.