tamborine mountain arts collective

Glen Pittock


Glen Pittock is a Visual/Industrial designer, with an attraction to CAD/CNC workflow methodologies

Glen has worked in a range of lead Graphic Design roles and transitioned to running his own business, ArcViz Studio, in 2015, where he services Architects and Property developers with high-end 3D rendered Architectural Visualisations.

Resuming studies in 2020 at RMIT, with a Bachelor Degree with Honors of Industrial Design, Glen finished the year as the highest graded Industrial Design student in Australia. Glen is now in the early stages of transitioning ArcViz Studio into a committed Industrial Design Studio.

Recently relocated from Melbourne to Tamborine Mountain, Glen brings the rustic, Melbourne, cultural aesthetic to his work and art. With a primary focus on both primitive and complex geometries, Glen also incorporates organic forms to contrast against hard surface materials, while occasionally integrating interactive elements and Virtual Reality experiences.

Tmac acknowledge the traditional custodians of the lands we operate on, the Wanggerriburras people and pay my respects to elders past, present and emerging.