The day has finally come - we are officially open for business! 7000 Trees is an arts-services company run for artists, and by artists. Our goal is to support early-stage creative practitioners, community groups, students, and hobbyists, to make the most of their creativity. We specialise in experimental and contemporary practice, with a strong focus on social, ecological, and ethical art-making.
WHO ARE 7000 TREES?
7000 Trees was founded by Daniel Alexander Hignell-Tully and Leroy Copleston.
Daniel holds a Phd in composition, and has released work internationally as the sound, video, and performance artist 'Distant Animals'. His work has previously been shown at the Tate Exchange, Onca gallery, Cave 12, and many more.
Leroy is a photographer and musician with a Masters in Photography. Previously head-honcho at Treasure Arts, his work has been exhibited internationally, and included in Brighton Photo Fringe festival and Source photographic magazine, among others.