I've worked in various roles where digital, learning and culture meet - including:
Senior lecturer in visual communication, Making proof-of-concept pilots for delivering media online at the BBC, Managing a team of online distance learning developers at the University of Oxford, Leading numerous studies around the impact of the Web on learning and higher education.
I'm currently Head of Technology Enhanced Learning at the University of the Arts London.
My best-known/most-used idea is "Visitors and Residents", a way of understanding individuals motivations to engage online.
I enjoy public speaking and often get asked to give keynotes and talks, f2f and online. On occasion I've contributed to broadcast media and have been heard on Radio 4, the World Service and ABC Australia. I'm at home blogging, tweeting or creating videos - working in an open manner developing thinking and discourse in online spaces. For me the digital is much more than a set of tools or a chaotic library, it's a place where we can learn and live.