McKay Williamson

Network Hub, 300 Kensal Road, London W10 5BE
+44 0-208-968-7000

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We are a creative agency that delivers fine art, photography, design and photogaphy, all on private commission. We have studios in London, New York and Melbourne, and have exciting plans for the future.

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    McKay Williamson’s innovative creative consultancy creates meaningful artworks from cherished memories

    McKay Williamson creates bespoke, deeply personal artworks from clients’ most cherished memories and moments. Courtesy of McKay Williamson Founded by American artist Richard Williamson in 2002, creative agency McKay Williamson has redefined the way people commission and collect art by offering a bespoke experience where a client’s cherished memories can be turned into artworks redolent with personal meaning and significance.  With expert creatives and curators in fine art, design, photography and film, McKay Williamson’s fully integrated consultancy service is tailored to each client’s needs, from sourcing artists to commission artworks, curating media and offering professional insight into interior design.With a belief that art can be demonstrative as well as decorative, this creative agency offers an innovative, contemporary approach to preserving and displaying memories and experiences, bringing a deeply personal narrative to the art in our homes.  Today, the growing demand for personalisation in products and services has grown, and with the coronavirus lockdown sharpening a collective focus on our domestic environment, McKay Williamsons’ innovative creative services bring a deeply personal experience to commissioning and collecting art.  McKay Williamson provides an opportunity for the consumer to collaborate with the artist and get an insight into their creative process. The creative agency works with reputable artists such as BP Portrait Award winners Paul Wright, Craig Whylie and Mary Jane Ansell, celebrated photographer Mark Seliger,  Italy’s official representative at the 2011 Venice Biennale, Marco Grassi, Art Basel exhibitor Marco Battaglini and former President of the Royal Institute of Oil Painters, Peter Wileman.  Courtesy of McKay Williamson A recent commission to celebrate a 40th birthday took inspiration from moments of deep personal significance - the Italian plaza in which he proposed, the Vespa she had arrived on, a latin translation of their wedding vows - which were brought together to create a mosaic work with multiple-layers of meaning. To mark an anniversary of a frequent-flying couple, a world map was populated with personal photographs and love letters to each other, capturing their life and travels together. Commissioned portraits are created in all different forms of media, depending on the artists best practise and include works from Pam…