I lead the MSc in Project Management for Creative Practitioners and also teach both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in the Department of Media and Communication at Kingston University. I convene a range of applied, theory and practice based modules.
Prior to Kingston, I project managed and co-produced the British Film Institute's flagship site screenonline.org.uk, a digital archive focusing on the history of British film and television.
I am a trained barrister as well as an industry focused creative practitioner. I currently have a research and consulting practice, which is art business management and creative industries focused, this includes working with creative licensing and acting as UK agent representing the work of Afro-pop artists and UK based contemporary artists, among others.
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 (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 (Unpublished)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 (Unpublished)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 (Unpublished)