Stuart Sloan was born and raised in Northern Ireland. Stuart completed a BA and MA in film at Queen’s University, Belfast. In 2009, Stuart was commissioned to create video and installation art for several Irish art galleries, including ‘Blackstaff is Belfast’, a mobile sound and video work that showed as part of the International Symposium of Electronic Art 2009.
Moving to the USA in 2010, Stuart edited and co-produced the Alzheimer’s documentary You’re Looking At Me Like I Live Here and I Don’t which screened nationwide on PBS in 2012. He also edited Collapse a fiction feature film concerning the San Francisco Ballet with Cannes and Sundance-winning Director Rob Nilsson as well as All Ears, a documentary about instrumental hip-hop in Los Angeles, which premiered at SXSW in 2013. In 2013, he edited The Last Season a documentary on mushroom hunting produced by Oscar-nominated producer of Beasts of the Southern Wild, Josh Penn. He recently made a video piece based on pre-linguistic communication for a Surrealist show in the Naughton Gallery at Queens, Belfast, and completed Towers of Belfast, a personal and experimental documentary about his hometown, funded by the Arts Council of Northern Ireland, which premiered at the 2014 Belfast Film Festival.