As Subject Leader in Film Practice at the London College of Fashion I oversee fashion film output and help enable innovative and reflective creative practice.
Committed to multi-disciplinarian approaches, I'm wary of theories that don’t inform action and an advocate of innovative technology and creative media practice.
As the Graduate School Learning & Teaching Coordinator at the London College of Fashion I lead on various initiatives to encourage innovative academic practice around the use of mobile technologies - how best to utilise the super computer in our pocket to overcome the ever present challenges that can hamper pedagogic practice.
Alongside my research activity I offer one-to-one and team consultancy - I've spoken at the BFI Media Conference New Media Day on iPad and Film Education and recently presented Shooting from the Hip: Fashion Film Practice & Mobile Technologies at the Designs on E-Learning conference at Texas State University.
The growing intersection of fashion and technology provides a perfect landscape for discussion and innovation at LCF - I've spoken at the BFI Media Conference New Media Day on iPad & Film Education and recently presented Shooting from the Hip: Fashion Film Practice & Mobile Technologies at the Designs on E-Learning conference at Texas State University
I enjoy informed agitation at the intersection of technology, education and creative practice and I'm proud to be part of a global community of education pioneers as an Apple Distinguished Educator.
I champion Fashion Film-making as not only an industry-led requirement but an invaluable communication skill across enterprise and the arts.
Showcasing our students work at the Institute of Contemporary Art as part of the London Short Film Festival, I spoke at 'Transgression and Convention in the Fashion Film' and we sponsor a Fashion Film strand at the Aesthetica Short Film Festival. Graduating work has been shown at the Berlin Fashion Film Festival, BornShorts and the British Film Institute.