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Mr Tony Clancy

Senior Lecturer in 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.


My background was in literature and performance, and I took my first degree at the University of Leicester, later taking up photography. I took my MA at the University of Derby and have since then worked on some of the leading photography courses in the UK, as well as working as an external examiner on many other photography and media courses. My interests combine practice and theory but I am always led by the visual.


  • BA (Hons): English, Drama and Art, University of Leicester, 1980
  • MA: Photographic Studies, University of Derby, 1996

Teaching & Research


Biosemiotics project – installation artifacts to explore theoretical themes

Delhi Gardens Project

Chalo video (2015)


More publications from Mr Tony Clancy can be found in the Research Repository.

External responsibilities

QAA subject reviewer (2002-2006)

Validation and periodic review panels at several UK universities, also universities in Hong Kong and Baoding, China.

External examining

BA courses: Tyne Tees University, Lincoln University, Chester University, University of Central Lancashire, Middlesex University MA courses: Middlesex University