Academic Course Leader for Photography: Editorial and Advertising
Art and Design
I'm a creative photographer and I create and exhibit my photographic projects internationally. As an educator, I love sharing my experience, knowledge and industry involvement with my students and seeing them succeed as successful photographers.
Reader in Fine Art
An artist and curator teaching mostly in postgraduate fine art and PhD supervision. I exhibit, lecture and examine internationally and have work in public, corporate and private art collections worldwide.
Professor of Fine Art
I am an artist working in photography and film, concerned mainly with human relationships and the landscape. Work in public collections includes the V&A and Tate Galleries in London, the Metropolitan Museum in New York and San Francisco MOMA.
Collaborative Partnerships Curriculum Development Manager; Senior Tutor
I am a Chartered Landscape Architect with 16 years applied experience in the public and private sector followed by 17 years in academia.
I am a collaborative curator and independent arts producer with particular interests in experimental artistic practices and generative processes of engagement with art and ideas.
Academic Course Leader in Postgraduate Landscape Architecture
I am Academic Course Leader for Postgraduate Landscape Architecture and combine an academic career and extensive publication history with 20 years practice experience in the UK and Asia.
Senior Lecturer, Photography
I work as a researcher and lecturer in the Department of Art and Design, specialising in photography. My interests range widely but include historical processes, video and sound.
I am involved with all aspects of Fine Art, it's production, display and collection. I have worked in many major galleries both national and commercial. This, together with a long career in teaching, has informed and enabled my own practice.
Senior Lecturer in Interior Design
I am an interior designer and academic with over 25 years of experience. I co-founded my own multidisciplinary practice in London in the 1980s specialising in commercial interiors for workplace, retail and leisure markets.
I am a freelance illustrator/illustration technician and co-founder of OTA Press. I run the annual Risograph publication 'The Unseen' and put together the publication for the Illustration course's 'Cheltenham Illustration Awards' every year.
I’ve exhibited my installational and digital work at leading London galleries and internationally and have been closely involved with artist-run spaces in the UK and abroad. At the university, I supervise individual research projects.
Lecturer in Advertising
With over a decades' worth of experience as a creative advertising art director I have worked at some of biggest ad agencies on campaigns for some of the world's most well-known brands.
Senior Lecturer, Media & Contextual Studies
I am a Senior Lecturer in Media and Contextual Studies, focusing on the history and theory of photography. I have a variety of research interests all centring on professional photography and its production contexts.
Course Leader in Advertising
I have an extensive range of experience working as a writer and art director for advertising agencies in London and the South West. I've worked on a range of diverse projects including establishing our multi award-winning advertising degree.
Lecturer in Illustration
My practice is based within printmaking and illustration and I currently work as a freelance illustrator and designer alongside my teaching. My focus is on self publishing and narrative storytelling.
Technician Demonstrator in Fashion Design
As a Technician Demonstrator at the University of Gloucestershire I work with a range of students, academics and senior staff to deliver high quality technical services.
Academic Course Leader in Fashion Design
It is very important to me that our students have a role in contributing to the developing knowledge, technology, theories and practice of fashion design through dynamic teaching experiences and collaborative learning.
ACL MA Photography Senior Lecturer Photojournalism and Documentary Photography
I have worked all over the world during my professional life, and as a documentary photographer my work has been published, collected and exhibited globally.
Senior Lecturer in Photography
I shoot above-the-line advertising campaigns for advertising agencies such as VCCP, Saatchi and Saatch and Ogilvy. I have also worked with i-D Magazine, The Independent, The Guardian, the BBC, IKEA, Easyjet, Strongbow Cider, Shreddies and McCains.
Academic Course Leader in Graphic Design
I have been a designer for nearly 25 years, working on posters and campaigns for movies and TV shows including Moulin Rouge and Die Another Day. I am passionate about being creative and sharing that enthusiasm with my students.
Academic Subject Leader in Photography
I am a photographer and writer, exploring the political effects of representing landscape, place and environment. I started my career as a landscape photographer, exhibiting and publishing disorientating images, and moved on to more overtly political
Course Leader, MA Illustration
Kieren Phelps is the Course Leader and lead tutor on the MA Illustration course, an innovative and wide-ranging programme that focuses on narrative drawing as a way of re-evaluating Illustration practice.
Lectuer in Graphic Design
After studying Graphic Design I went on become a designer specialising in branding, packaging and brand communication. After 10 years of working for some of best agencies I became a lecturer.
Senior Lecturer in History and Theory of Art & Photography
I've been passionate about modern art since studying it as an undergraduate so I am delighted to be able to share my enthusiasm through my teaching. My interests include abstraction, minimalism, Andy Warhol, street photography and aesthetic theories.
I have worked as an art director on magazines such as Elle and Tatler and with professional photography and photographers for thirty years as a photographer, editor and creative director.
Academic Course Leader for MA Fine Art
My creative work spans teaching, art making, exhibition making, writing and research.