Teaching

 PhD students (currently proceeding to completion)

Ian Grant, Analogue to Digital Puppetry: Translations and Transformations, co-supervised with Kirk Woolford, University of Surrey/ Sussex School of Media, Film & Music

Daniel Hignell, The other for whom I sing: Composition, communication, and the charge of the common good, co-supervised with Ed Hughes, Music, School of Media, Film & Music (AHRC funded)

Joe Watson,Why aspects of analogue and non-computer-based practices are valued at a moment of the ubiquity of the digital, co-supervised with Ed Hughes, Music, School of Media, Film & Music

Danny Bright, Ghosting Sonic Heritage: How can sound and music works interrogate sonic memory and temporality in relation to ruined, disused and re-purposed industrial or post-industrial space?, co-supervised with Ed Hughes, Music, School of Media, Film & Music (AHRC funded)

Sian Aggett, A Multi-Site Study of Socially Engaged Art in Public Health Research within Low Income Settings, co-supervised with Andrea Cornwall, School of Global Studies (Wellcome Trust Society and Ethics Studentship)

 

 

Recent External Examining

Trinity Laban Conservatoire, MA in Choreography

Rose Bruford College, BA (Hons) Creative Lighting Control; BA (Hons) Performance Sound

 

PhD Examining

I have examined PhDs in the United Kingdom, France, Singapore, Australia, Sweden, Denmark, Finland, New Zealand.