Just a brief background

Experienced Digital Media Educator with a demonstrated history of working in the HE Sector. Skilled in Adobe CC Suite(Photoshop, Indesign, Premiere Pro, Dreamweaver) Sony Alpha Cameras (A6xxx series, A7RIII), Canon 5D MK5, Panasonic GH5, and EVA-1, Databases (T-SQL & MySQL), Web Design & Development using HTML/CSS MVC using ASP.net Core. Strong academic background in IT and Digital Media with a Bachelor of Science in Information Technology from Coventry University and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in Digital Media and Culture from the University of Warwick.

Current Role

Coventry University (UK)

Lecturer in Digital Design Consultancy  (Sep 2017 – Present)

Leading on core aspects of a creative industry-focused course (Digital Design Consultancy BA (Hons)) that uses a multi-disciplinary approach, inspiring students to gain practical media, business, IT and marketing skills; enabling them to respond innovatively to client needs. Taking leadership in Web Development using C# ASP. Net Core, HTML/CSS, JS, PHP, MSSQL & MySQL, Mobile Application Development using Android Studio (Java) and PhoneGap/Cordova, grounding this in User Centred Design, Agile, User Experience Design, Accessibility, Usability.Supporting the delivery of Digital Media content through the Technical aspects of Video and Audio recording, editing and delivery to multiple platforms using the appropriate Adobe CC Packages, experience in the creation, editing and delivery of 360VR video content. Additionally grounding these technologies and production methods in marketing strategy to ensure effective and efficient engagment.
Additionally lending my skill set by covering Information technology modules to the Digital & Technology Solutions BSc (Hons) degree programme when required, specifically Mobile Applications and Web Applications technology (Android Java, C# ASP.net Core, HTML/CSS, PHP, JS, and SQL) theory (User Centred Design, Agile, User Experience Design, Accessibility, Usability theory) and practice( Social, Legislative and regulatory impact of this technologies and theory.