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Personal profile

Overview

Lecturer on the Computer Animation degree at UWS.

Level 8 year leader for the programme. 

Areas of teaching include:

Visual Effects

Professional Portfolio Production (incorporating employability)

Audio Visual 

Animation

Current research activities

While teaching is the main focus of activity as related within workload allocation, I have additionally been undertaking some work in the area of Education research. The work undertaken has focussed on peer review and in particular its uses in aiding student assessment and the students understanding of how work is assessed. 

It is hoped that this work will be written up in the near future, having been presented to colleagues at an education research group meeting.

Desired research direction

Areas of research interest include: 

Interactive Television content

Animation 

Education research.

The latter of these is of particular interest with work on further uses of peer review as well as how cohorts respond to different disseminations of information and impacts upon assessment outcomes.

Other areas of expertise available for knowledge exchange

Audio and Visual Production - incorporating video, radio, editing, filming, presenting. 

Compositing.

Image editing.

Railway history.

 

External positions

External Examiner - BA (Hons) Animation, Newcastle College

Sep 2018Sep 2022

External Examiner - BA (Hons) Animation, Manchester Metropolitan University

Sep 2017Dec 2021

External Validator - VFX degree programme, Bournemouth University

31 Jul 20171 Aug 2017

Subject Expert - School of Media, Design and Technology, University of Bradford

Jan 20142019

Chief External Examiner, University of Bolton

Sep 2011Sep 2012

External Examiner - Foundation Degree in Make Up Production (Special Effects), Manchester College

Aug 2008Sep 2012

External Examiner for SFX degree programme, University of Bolton

Sep 2007Sep 2012

External Examiner for Media Technology programme, University of Lincoln

Sep 2002Sep 2007

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Research Output 2002 2002

Enhancing archive television programmes for interactivity

Carey, M., Watson, A. & Paget, D., 2002, Advances in Modelling, Animation and Rendering. Vince, J. & Earnshaw, R. (eds.). Springer, p. 529-547 19 p.

Research output: Chapter in Book/Report/Conference proceedingChapter

Television
Digital television
Electronics industry
Costs
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