David Hockney is an English photographer, painter, printmaker, stage designer, and draughtsman who is seen by many as the most influential British artist of the twentieth century. Hockney went to Wellington Primary School, Bradford Grammar School, Bradford College of Art, and the Royal College of Art in London. He was born with synesthesia, which makes him see synthetic colors when presented with musical stimuli. Some of Hockney’s most famous works include “joiners” which are the collages that he makes. Hockney has been commissioned to create designs on an assortment of mediums.