I have taught on the Film, Radio and Television and Photography Degree courses at Canterbury Christ Church University for a number of years, previously as a Sessional Academic, and have a particular interest in Film Production, Film Sound Theory, Television Theory, Film Analysis and Film History. I also have a professional interest in music and was formely a Manager with Kent Music working with young people in orchestral and choral groups.
Teaching and subject expertise
My particular theoretical interests include queer theory and gender performativity in media, feminism and film, film sound theory and post-structuralist/deconstruction film analysis. I currently teach:
Publications and research outputs
PhD Thesis "Listening to Ab(pre)scence: A Derridean Approach to the Analysis of Sound Image Relations in Early Cinema" (2019)