Dr Landé Pratt

About

I lead the MSc in Project Management for Creative Practitioners at Kingston University's Kingston School of Art. I am a Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and an independent consultant /agent drawing on my skills as a trained barrister.  My creative experience and background in law enables independent industry-based work - consulting in IP strategy, agile innovation management and acting as an agent working with visual artists and sport talent. I represent and mentor a select group in these areas internationally and in the UK.

My research explores intersections between design, creative agency, technology and law. Focusing on the value of lean and agile management within these areas of practice.  I have been looking at the use of smart contracts and AI in art and sports management, exploring their ethical, equitable and responsible use for emerging practice(s).  I'm interested in the challenges and opportunities of disruptive & innovative tech relating to disintermediation, empowerment, inter-sectional identit(ies), representation, and regulatory (un)certainty.

In an earlier role 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.

Academic responsibilities

Associate Professor & Course Director

Qualifications

  • D.Phil (Oxon)
  • Called to the Bar (Inner Temple)
  • M.A. Documentary Production - Goldsmith's College, University of London
  • Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Academy
  • Agile PM Practitioner
  • Diploma Multimedia Production - SAE Institute of Technology
  • PGCE Media (with English) - Central School of Speech & Drama, University of London
  • BA (Hons) Psychology (First Class) - University of Reading

Teaching and learning

Senior Fellow of the Higher Education Authority (SFHEA)

I have developed and, continue to lead an interdisciplinary, inclusive, agile and innovative Masters programme at KSA. By its nature the programme, its processes and outcomes are both agile and collaborative. Nurturing in learners their future skills by leveraging intellectual property strategies, communication strategies, agility, design thinking, critical thinking, applied practice and agency.

External Examiner

Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London

Qualifications and expertise

  • SFHEA - leading and teaching
  • Called to the Bar Professional (law vocation)
  • PGCE - learning & teaching
  • Scrum Master - Professional (Product Management)
  • AgilePM - Professional (Project Management)

Undergraduate courses taught

Postgraduate courses taught

Research

My research explores intersections between design, creative agency, technology and law. Focusing on the value of lean and agile management within these areas of practice.  I have been looking at the use of smart contracts in art and sports management and exploring their ethical and responsible use for emerging practice(s).  I'm interested in the  challenges and opportunities of disruptive & innovative tech relating to disintermediation, empowerment, inter-sectional identit(ies) representation, and regulatory (un)certainty.

PhD Research Supervision - Current

  • Ryan B. English

    'Crafting a Web3 Space for Emerging Artists'

Qualifications and expertise

  • D.Phil - Oxon (Intersections of Phil/Psch/Law)
  • MA - Goldsmith's, University of London (Practice Based - Decumentary Practice & Media Production)

Areas of specialism

  • Legal Matters for Creative Practitioners
  • Disruptive Tech and AI Ethics in Creative Work
  • Application of Agile Project & Product Management
  • The Work of Talent Agents (Culture, Media & Sports)

Research student supervision

Publications

Number of items: 5.

Article

Pratt, Lande (2015) Good for 'New Nollywood' : the impact of new online distribution and licensing strategies. International Journal of Cultural and Creative Industries, 3(1), pp. 70-84. ISSN (print) 2309-6640

Pratt, Lande (2014) Research reflections : conversations with practitioners: creative enterprise in an age of digital borrowing and appropriation. Creativeworks London,

Conference or Workshop Item

Pratt, Lande (2016) Good for New Nollywood?: Netflix and the value of new online distribution and licensing strategies—the case of Kenneth Gyang’s Confusion Na Wa (2013). In: SCMS 2016; 30 Mar - 03 Apr 2016, Atlanta, U.S.. (Unpublished)

Pratt, Lande [Speaker] (2015) Future archive : visualising the flow of IP use in UGC Platforms. In: Archives of / for the Future; 17-20 Jun 2015, Lodz, Poland. (Unpublished)

Pratt, Lande [Speaker] (2014) Nigerian films in the diaspora : exploring creative intellectual property and new distribution strategies. In: NECS 2014 Conference: Creative Energies / Creative Inustries; 19 - 21 Jun 2014, Milano, Italy. (Unpublished)

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Professional practice, knowledge exchange and impact

My third domain is a focus on Knowledge Exchange & Professional Practice evidenced in collaborative and project based work undertaken and currently in progress. This work also informs my pedagogic practice.

Qualifications and expertise

  • Called to the Bar - Inner Temple (Law)
  • Scrum Master - Agile Business Consortium & APMG
  • Agile PM (Practitioner) - APMG
  • Dip Multimedia Production SAE Institute of Technology & Design