Wolf Howard was born in Medway, Kent in 1968. At 16 Wolf became a drummer playing in many bands over the years including the James Taylor Quartet and The Buff Medways (alongside Billy Childish) He has played at places such as The Royal Albert Hall, Radio City Music Hall in New York and The Queen Mary Ocean Liner at Long Beach, California. Wolf has published two books of poetry, “Journals of a Jobseeker” and “Sadness sits waiting in the strangest of places”
He has also published two compilations of pinhole photography, “Dark Chamber” and “Dark Chamber 2”
A self taught artist, Wolf was one of the twelve original founding members of the Stuckist Art Movement which started in 2001. The group had a number of exhibitions in Britain including the Walker Gallery in Liverpool plus many shows in America and Europe. Wolf left the Stuckists in 2008 and now paints and draws in an outbuilding in his garden. He lists his early influences as Van Gogh, Munch, Gabriele Munter and Billy Childish.