Simon Reveley studied AV Production at Bournemouth Film School, before working in live event production and then co-founding interactive design agency Flaming Pear.
Following the success of Flaming Pear, Simon founded Figment Productions, delivering projects for numerous high-profile clients . In 2016 Figment followed a new course, specialising in immersive production work. Projects included Derren Brown’s Ghost Train at Thorpe Park, The Great LEGO Race VR and the patented Vector VR rollercoaster system for Kraken Unleashed.
Co-funded by an Innovate UK grant, Figment’s first VR short film premiered at SIGGRAPH Computer Animation Festival. It was swiftly followed by immersive hyper-reality experience ‘Jurassica’, which ran on Figment’s ‘Helix’ technology platform, for which Simon secured funding from the government’s ‘Audience of the Future’ fund to develop new production tools and a hyper-reality opera with The ROH.
Simon is currently delivering ‘Black Mirror: Labyrinth’, an immersive experience based on the Channel 4/Netflix series.