Daniel Rubinstein
Daniel graduated from The London College of Printing with an MA in Photography and from Tel-Aviv University with a BA in History. He was the Head of the Digital Department at Photofusion in Brixton and taught on the BA in Photography at the London College of Communication.
His photographic work has been exhibited in UK and internationally.  Current research: philosophy of the networked photography.

Course Director Digital Photography, Senior Lecturer
Teaching: Level 1: Digital Image Fundamentals, Developing the Digital Image,  Sites and Practices; Level 2: Contemporary Contexts.  Level 3: Collaborative Project, Advanced Independent Project and dissertation supervision.
Room 28a Caxton House (2nd Floor)
Telephone: 020 7815 5812

Paula Roush
Paula is a new media artist and lecturer, interested in the areas of networked art, personal publishing and participatory open source models for creative production and distribution. Her projects include Soundtrack for a cctv, Voyeur Project View, Lisbon (2007), Arphield Recordings, Space, London (2006), whatarewedoingwhatshappeningtouswhatneedstobedoneiprefernotto, Elastic Residence (2005) and sos:ok, Coleman Project Space (2004). She co-curated Local Worlds: spaces, visibilities and transcultural flows at the Centro Cultural de Lagos (2008) Welcome goodbye adeus obrigada: Journeys, dislocations and imaginary nations, at the Blue Elephant Theatre (2006), Postscript: Portuguese live art in the age of scripted reality, at Space (2004) and Outsourcing: The creative collision between artist and curator, at inIVA (2002). Current research: free-to-use social media (blogs and social network spaces) in artistic practices and new media art education.

Senior Lecturer in digital photography
Teaching: Level 1 Photographic Index, Level 2 Culture of the Photographic Cultures, and supervising Level 3 Dissertation  Project.
Room 28a Caxton House (2nd Floor) Telephone: 020 7815 5418

Andrew Dewdney
Andrew is the Director and Chair of the Board of the Digital Arts Development Agency in Bristol. He directed the award-winning artist based CD ROM, ‘Silver to Silicon’, and has co-author of The New Media Handbook.
Current Research: Young people and mobile phone communication.

Teaching: Level 1 Media Orientations and Image Analysis, Level 3 New Media and Digital Arts
Room 267B Borough Road (2nd Floor)
Telephone: 020 7815 5765

Katrina Sluis
As Course Director Katrina is responsible for the day-to-day running of the BA (Hons) Digital Media Arts. Katrina’s art practice involves the examination of the photographic image in the construction of personal taxonomies and memory. Additionally, she is interested in how digital media potentially reconfigures our response to traditional art forms. She has exhibited her projects in Australia, the UK and online.

Teaching: Interactive Photography
Room 28a Caxton House (2nd Floor)
Telephone 020 7815 5408

Pat Naldi

Pat graduated with a BA in Fine Art from Maidstone College of Art and an MA in Fine Art from Newcastle Polytechnic. She has taught on a number of courses including on the BA in Contemporary Photographic Practice at the University of Northumbria. Her projects have been exhibited widely nationally and internationally such as in  ‘A Century of Artists’ Film in Britain’, Tate Britain, ‘Thrilling’, Outdoor Movie Season, The Wapping Project, London, and ‘CTRL (SPACE)’, ZKM Center for Art & Media, Karlsruhe, Germany, and has held a number of Fellowships and residencies including the Arts Council of England Helen Chadwick Senior Research Fellow at The British School at Rome & The Laboratory at The Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art, Oxford University, and the Telstra International Festival Residency, Adelaide, Australia. She is currently pursuing her research interest on location, mobility, and identity in the 21st century as part of a PhD degree at the University of the Arts London.

Teaching: Level 3 collaborative project.

Chris Packham
Chris is in charge of the photographic equipment for the course, including cameras, the studio and the printing facilities. His workshops will cover the technical and creative use of the photographic tools available to the students. In his career path he has gained photographic, audio-visual and multimedia experience. Chris is photographer and has experience with both film and digital cameras of various formats and studio lighting.
Technical demonstrator for digital photography.
Teaching: Technical workshops at all levels
Room: K113 (Keyworth Centre, 1st floor)
Telephone: 020 7815 6777


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