My research interests are centred on how heritage (traditional handcrafts) and digital practices fuse to form hybrid methods in moving image design. Practice-led research into my own moving image work formed the core of my doctorate research. My work in education has also informed my pedagogic research into internationalisation, the moving image and lens-based media, forming an argument for future directions in art and design practice.
He has over 25 years of creative industry experience as an award-winning television graphic designer at BBC Television, and as a film and commercials director at The Moving Picture Company.
Associate Dean, London College of Communication, University of the Arts London
Associate Professor, Edinburgh Napier University
Edinburgh Napier University, Doctorate
Institute of Education, University of London, MA Art & Design Education
Edinburgh College of Art, BA Hons Graphic Design
Hybrid Practices in Moving Image Design - Methods of Heritage and Digital Production in Motion Graphics, Palgrave Macmillan
‘Designing to Engage a Television Audience: how are different media used in tv ident creation?’, Arts and the Market (5.2)
‘Cultural Change in the Creative Industries: a case study of BBC Graphic Design from 1990-2011’. , Visual Communication (13.1)
‘Why Throw the Negs out with the Bath Water’ , International Journal of Art & Design Education (31.2)
Senior Fellow HEA
Chartered Society of Designers
Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce. (Royal Society of Arts)