Durrell Bishop is a partner in Luckybite with Tom Hulbert, working on physical interfaces, product design and interactive media. Prior to this he was a senior interaction designer at IDEO Europe. He co-founded Itch, which won a D&AD Gold award for large-scale work on the Science Museum Welcome Wing, and he was a partner in Dancing Dog, working on camera-based interfaces to computer games.
Durrell is a part-time tutor at the Royal College of Art, where he has taught on Interaction Design and Product Design. In the mid-90s he was a researcher in Computer Related Design at the RCA, spending time working with Interval Research in California, where he has also worked as a designer with Apple Computers Advanced Technology Group and IDEO. He did both an MA in Computer Related Design and an MA in Product Design at the RCA, after gaining a BA in Industrial Design at the Central School