Born in Chatham in 1983 Jack Frame attended Sir Joseph Williamson’s Mathematical School in Rochester. After deciding not to pursue a career as a professional Rugby Union player he chose to follow his Artistic passion after being awarded a County Triangle award prize. He attended the Kent Institute of Art and Design and The Glasgow school of Art graduating in 2007 after a sell-out Degree show and receiving the GSA Painting award and Prize for Landscape Drawing.
Jack was included in the BBC documentary ‘Glasgow Boys’ while Artist in Residence at The Lomond School from 2007 -09. He was one of the winners of the Jolomo Landscape Art prize in 2009 and his work is included in many public and private collections including the Standard Life, Glasgow school of Art and Friends of GSA. His patrons include Muriel Gray, Mathew Bellany from the Band Muse and Kate Hudson among others.
Jack's studio is currently based in the Creative Quarter of Folkestone, Kent.