Guy is responsible for the development and delivery of exhibitions and artistic projects at Kettle’s Yard. He also oversees the management and care of the collection. Since joining Kettle’s Yard he has been involved in organising over forty major exhibitions, projects and commissions, working closely with artists such as Antony Gormley, Anthea Hamilton, Broomberg & Chanarin, Gustav Metzger, Jesse Wine, Oscar Murillo, Oreet Ashery, Matthew Darbyshire, Rana Begum and Mark Titchner.
He regularly works collaboratively with other institutions and partners. In 2016 he curated Into Boundless Space, an off-site project that brought together artists with leading experimental physicists at the University of Cambridge. In 2018 he worked with artist Florian Roithmayr on a two-year research project The Humility of Plaster with Wysing Arts Centre and the Museum of Classical Archaeology, Cambridge. For 2020 he is developing a new commission with artist Marcus Coates within communities in Royston, Hertfordshire as part of New Geographies, a major commissioning project with ECVAN (East Contemporary Visual Arts Network), funded by Arts Council England.
His interests lie in 21st century contemporary art and culture with a focus on performance and interdisciplinary practices.
Guy studied sculpture at Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London. Previously he worked in the studio of UK-based artist Andy Holden.