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There’s no time like the present

There's a piece in The Conversation about the relation between the novel, Do androids dream of electric sheep? (Philip K. Dick) and the two movies that were based on it:…

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Creativity and Imagination: a new beginning

The first lecture for our module Creativity and Imagination takes place on Tuesday morning, 26th September at 11:00. And, I wanted to show students that I do actually use the…

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Media Transformations

Over the coming months I'll be turning the best bits from my PhD thesis into chapters for a book. I guess I should have done this years ago, but now there's…

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Creative TeachMeet: Impressions Gallery Workshop

I have recently become much more interested in the role of Visual Literacy and the development of creative strategies in schools. I see it as an important bridge between High…

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Enabling Imagery?

Media ethics and mis-representations of disability "It seems to me that they're some of the most misrepresented people in the history of art". This was Mark Quinn after the unveiling…

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A Visual Diary

Teaching: the journal as art

One theme that will be developed over the next few months will be how I encourage the use of journals and the development of creative strategies for students. I am…

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Wind-Rises

Introducing ‘The Wind Rises’

As part of the Media and Conflict Interchange, I presented a talk on the film The Wind Rises, by Mayazaki. Introducing The Wind Rises: script - pdf

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Visuality and the Media Archaeological Body

Early in September I presented a paper at the conference "Archaeologies of Media and Film" hosted by the University of Bradford and National Media Museum. Title ‘City of Tiny Lights’:…

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Literacies, visual or otherwise

On Wednesday 12th November gave a talk on "Literacies, visual or otherwise" for the Visual Methods Research Group at Bradford University. This research seminar was my first attempt at expanding…

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