Lecturer in Media Production, Employability and Media Theory.
Doctoral Candidate in Digital Media and Society .
Research interests cover a range of topics related to digital art, interactive immersive media and visual culture.
Lead modules, lectures, seminars and workshops in Media Production, Employability and Contemporary Media Theory and Critical Studies.
Acting Module Leader for undergraduate level six module, 'Media Practice in the Workplace'.
Dissertation Supervisor for BA , BAM and MA dissertaions.
Academic Advisor for Personal Tutor Group. Provide academic and pastoral support to students through their academic journey at NTU.
Areas of Interest: Media studies; Visual Culture, Digital media cultures; theories of posthumanism, identity, race, gender performativity, cultural capital, aesthetics and class, play and subversion. Experimental narratives; and the relationship between humans and technology, surveillance, and the use of media as a tool of empowerment.
Oversaw direction of technology, purchases and improvements, as well as scheduling and training of technical staff of multi-campus digital media facility devoted to creative pursuits. Provided instruction for students, faculty and staff in computer and digital media laboratories devoted exclusively to digital art making and creative endeavours for the Sam Fox School of Art and interdisciplinary collaborations within University and community.
Provided Medical illustration, Clinical photography, Photography and Digital Graphic design/illustration for the Physicians and Scientists of Washington University School of Medicine. Worked on representations for PCR and the Human Genome project.
International Alliance of Theatrical and Stage Employees, Local 514
to December 1990
United States - Missouri
Represented by local 154, I was contracted by various local and statewide companies and organisations to provide live video character generation, video and photographic camerawork as well as early digital graphics.