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I lead MSc in Project Management for Creative Practitioners at the Kingston School of Art, Kingston University. The focus of the course being design and agile project management for practitioners across a range of creative sector industries. An application of critical thinking in these areas of professional practice is encouraged.
I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and use a critical pedagogy, which engages learning with and through multiple intelligences and learning styles. My approach is practice and applied led and, is culturally sensitive and inclusive. I am a trained barrister and use legal practice knowledge in industry based work as creative practitioner/advisor/educator. My current research on IPRs and on rare digital art /non-fungible token assets, explores their challenges and opportunities, particularly in relation to empowerment (and representation). I work on intersections between creative practice, creative agency, technology and law. My consulting practice includes a focus on Legal Tech (such as in relation to cultural implications of AI readiness, legal uncertainty and AI ethics); explorations of disruptor technologies within creative industries and, agility within design projects. I represent and mentor a select group of artists/designers internationally and in the UK.
Prior to my time at Kingston University, I project managed the British Film Institute's flagship site screenonline.org.uk, a digital archive focusing on the history of British film and television.