About Giles Hendrix

Giles at Central Park Giles Hendrix produces and mixes media for the internet, live performances, and multimedia installations. For the past 10 years Giles has produced media for artists, museums, universities and corporations. Giles has performed in New York City’s largest venues with multi-channel projections and installations, including multiple gigs at The Roseland Ballroom, Central Park SummerStage, McCarren Pool Park, Brooklyn Bridge Park, and clubs including The Roxy, Spirit, Crobar, Volume, Galapagos and Tonic. He performs and creates visuals for the most popular DJs and musicians in the world including Paul van Dyk, N.E.R.D., Akufen, Armin van Buren, Superpitcher & Miss Kittin. Giles Hendrix’s videos have been featured at Lincoln Center’s New York Video Festival [Synaesthesiologists], AMODA, The Kitchen, X-FEST, Dumbo Arts Center, Museum of Arts & Design, OnceTwice Festival, GenArts festival, vBrooklyn Video Festival and on UNITYGAIN television. Giles was a visual resident at Tonic for the legendary Polar Bear Club and then The Bunker for six years, performing weekly for hundreds of guest artists and DJs including Errorsmith, Kit Clayton, Sutekh, i-Sound, Goodiepal, Kevin Blechdom, and Safety Scissors.

In November of 2007 he edited a video remix for the Blue Man Group’s Canta Conmigo single which debuted on the Billboard Dance Club Play charts at number 49. In March of 2007 he shot promotional videos for Made Events at the Winter Music Conference in Miami, including a video for Armin van Buuren. In conjunction with The GSD Group, Giles produced two viral videos for the October 2006 release of the final book in Lemony Snicket’s A Series of Unfortunate Events. In February of 2005, his audio/video piece “In Real Time” was exhibited as part of the T-Minus gallery show at Synchronicity Space in Manhattan. In December of 2003, Blackdove.tv released the DVD “Giles Hendrix: Selected Experimental Works.” He created four performance videos for Bob Mould’s Summer 2002 tour, including the finale, “Man on the Moon.” In January 2002, his short “Internet Video” was exhibited in Times Square in New York City as part of the CBS Spectacular Open Air Shorts program.

Giles currently lives and works in Brooklyn and performs regularly in New York City.