Hi, My name is SamBroxton I am a visual artist who combines both traditional and much newer techniques and media to produce my creative works. I began using the term UltraModernArt to describe my work as early as 1992 when I graduated from college. I was looking for a nomenclature which suggested a movement which had progressed beyond ‘postmodernism’ and the stutterable ‘post-postmodernism’ phrase. Then I felt UltraModernArt described the things I used( like fluorescent acrylics, MDF, quick drying varnish, rechargeable battery operated drills, silver and gold gel pens,) as well as the new avant–garde nature of my work and the radical thoughts I had about it, like my 21st Century Harlequin and the single coloured chess set )and about life. I got my first real computer as a hand me down which ran windows 93, later I upgraded to a 7gb (wow-so small)hard drive in 96. Now a few up grades later I am using AMD X6 with HD graphics. MY sphere of methods, rather than changing, have increased and include scanning, foam board modelling, pronounced use of graphic software like painter and coreldraw. I have also ventured into video poems( Sea Poem 1) and computer animation. Today where work can be reproduced in print at the touch of a button or shown as an upload in a virtual sim, I think the application of UltraModernArt is evermore appropriate (more people than ever are using it). I am proud to have been there at the inaugural moments of its usage in respect of art and design.