Tony Brotheridge (b. 1956 in Birmingham, UK) lives and works between Glasgow and Newcastle, UK.
Interested in the relationship between two-dimensional design for three dimensional garment construction, Brotheridge works collaboratively with artist Ruth Switalski in the creation of Installation and Sculptural works that explore the potential of fashion design in a gallery context.
Brotheridge was appointed Subject Leader in Fashion at The School of Design, Glasgow School of Art in September 2015, where he currently works with Undergraduate and Post Graduate students. As a professional Menswear designer he has extensive pattern cutting experience, working with designers such as Geves and Hawkes, Saville Row; Hussein Chalayan; Richard Nicoll and McQ for Alexander McQueen, to name but a few.
Previous teaching appointments include Senior Lecturer in Fashion at Northumbria University from 2009 – 2015 and Lecturer at Kingston University 2006-2009. Solo shows include: Sub Plot, 1 Royal Terrace, Glasgow, UK (2016)