PostGraduate Certificate Education (2004-05) – University of Greenwich


BA(Hons) Graphic Design (Illustration) (1982-85) – St. Martins School of Art, London


Foundation Diploma (1981-82) – Carlisle College of Art and Design

Academic posts:

Associate Lecturer, University of The Arts London Illustration & Visual Media BA (Hons) course (2015 to date)

Visiting Practitioner, Ravensbourne School of Art – evening courses in storyboarding practice (2016)

Senior Lecturer, University for the Creative Arts Graphic Design BA (Hons) course (2004 – 2015)

Visiting Lecturer, Farnham &amp Epsom sites, Surrey Institute of Art and Design since the early 1990s.

Previous lecturing roles utilizing practitioner knowledge of design, illustration, storyboarding, graphic narrative forms at:

• University for the Creative Arts Farnham (BA Graphic Design) and Maidstone (BA Illustration)

• Norwich University of the Arts – BA Graphic Design 

• Manchester Metropolitan University – BA Illustration and Animation
• London College of Printing/LCC – BA Illustration /MA Graphic Branding and Identity
• Bournemouth – BA Graphic Design 
• Exeter School of Art – BA Illustration
• Southampton- BA Graphic Design
• Southwark College – FE GD
• Colchester School of Art – FE GD /BA Design/MA Art, Design and the Book

Related educational activity:
Selected as External Examiner for University of West England PhD student Andrew Eason (thesis title: ‘Becoming what the book makes possible: Aspects of the metaphorisation of identity and practice through artists’ books.’) 5/7/10

Academic writing:
‘The Blue Notebook’ (peer-reviewed international book arts journal from Impact Press/UWE Bristol –
Parallel Readings – co-authored with Martin Antonetti, curator at Smith College Rare Books Room, Northampton, Mass., USA. A Transatlantic conversation about the role of the book in the lives of practicing book artist and a collector and curator.
(Vol.2 No.2, p.29 - 35/ISSN 1751-1712/ March 2008)

Stand Well Back: Notes from the Locus Position 
A report on the ground-level experiences of the book artist as he investigates and implements a funded project in the New World.
(Vol.2 No.1, p.34 – 41/ISSN 1751-1712/October 2007)

Story Life
How does the act of storytelling define a creative career? The artist/writer turns the pages and puts the chapters in order.
(Vol.1 No.1/ISSN 1751-1712/Oct.2006)

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