CHARLOTTE GREENWOOD is a multidisciplinary artist and an Honors graduate of Central St-Martin's College of Art and Design and Chelsea College of Art and Design in London, United Kingdom (1994). She had her first exhibition at 17. She returned to London in 1996 and started working as a sculptor and special effects artist, in prosthetic make-up and model making. Her work can be seen in Harry Potter and the Philosopher's Stone (2001), Charlie and the Chocolate Factory (2005), and many others including Gladiator (2000), James Bond: Die Another Day (2002), and Troy (2004). Evolving in the Canadian film industry for 7 years, it is in Montreal that the artist decided to establish her studio to resume her painting career. In Montreal, Greenwood developed the series, "The Paradox of Consumerism in the Age of New Baroque" (2009), an anticipated introductory show on the Canadian art scene. From her reflections on what the artist refers to as "the perfect paradox" was born The Rancid Feast (2007) and The Loss of Innocence (2009). Current developments have included an exhibition of new works at the Parallax Art Fair in Parallax Art Fairin London, UK and NYC , and drawings for a new art book called YOU.