I have extensive experience teaching in a tertiary context at a number of Australia’s leading universities. I have taught a broad range of subjects including media and communication, web and interaction design, graphic design and illustration, photography, art theory, arts administration and museum studies. Subjects have been delivered as face-to-face teaching and in online environments. I am an enthusiastic and dedicated teacher, focused on supporting students to work creatively and encouraging skills development.

My approach to teaching is to provide a model that supports my commitment to engaged communities, shared and open technologies. All of my lectures are publicly available on my SlideShare website. I am happy for people to use these resources, I just ask that appropriate attribution is made. 

For more information, you can read some student feedback from recent teacher evaluations.

Experience – postgraduate

Co-lead, Masters of Media Arts, Cross Media Workshop, Volda University College, Norway

Experience – undergraduate

2013 – current
Sessional academic, Cross Media Production, University of Canberra

2009 –  2010
Sessional academic, Media Cultures, School of Humanities, ANU

2005 – 2007
Sessional Lecturer, New Media Arts, Centre for New Media Arts, ANU

2001 – 2002
Sessional Lecturer, Electronic Imaging, Canberra School of Art, ANU

2000 – 2001
Sessional Lecturer, Computer based art and design, University of the Sunshine Coast

Tutor ‘Arts and environment’, Queensland University of Technology (QUT)

Sessional academic, Indigenous people’s unit, Southbank Institute of TAFE

1998 – 1999
Teacher, Faculty of design, arts and media, South Bank Institute of TAFE

Marker, Department of Art History, University of Queensland

Tutor/demonstrator, Academy of the Arts, Printmaking/Photography Studio, Queensland University of Technology

Guest Lecturer, Department of Philosophy, Macquarie University

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