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Visiting Professors

Graham Creelman OBE
Visiting Professor in Media
Filmmaker, broadcaster and media executive.

An extensive career in broadcast journalism with the BBC and ITV encompassed news and political programming including producer and director credits on a range of documentaries including the award-winning Antarctica for Survival – the UK’s most successful documentary for overseas sales.

Andy Earle
Visiting Professor in Photography
Renowned international portraiture photographer focused on the music industry.

His work has featured on over 120 album covers and he’s worked with Johnny Cash, Prince, Morrissey and Annie Lennox. He also works in moving image and created a music video for The Rolling Stones.

Anthony Hudson
Visiting Professor in Architecture
Founded Hudson Architects in 2002.

RIBA award winning buildings from the practice include Baggy House, Devon, Salvation Army Citadel, Chelmsford and OPEN, Norwich. Anthony has a keen interest in the positive influence design can have on society.

Gina Jackson
Visiting Professor in Games

Began working in games in 1992 producing titles for publishers including Ocean Software. She later worked at Kuju and signed console deals with Nintendo and Konami. As Head of Business Development she successfully took Eidos’ catalogue online through mobile and digital distribution for both console and PC including Tomb Raider and Championship Manager mobile games. Gina is currently leading the Creative Skillset Skills Investment Fund for games.

Nichola Johnson OBE
Visiting Professor in Curation

Former Director of the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts from 1994-2010, where she also established and directed both a postgraduate Museum Studies programme and the Museum Leadership Programme. Currently chair of the East Anglian Art Fund and a Trustee of the National Trust, Pallant House Gallery, Norwich Cathedral Fabric Committee, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, York Museums Trust, Dulwich Picture Gallery and the Ruskin Foundation.

Sean Perkins
Visiting Professor in Graphics

Founded North in 1995, it quickly gained a reputation as one of London’s leading groups for clear, modernist communication design and has maintained this profile to the present day.

Graham Rawle
Visiting Professor in Design

Graham Rawle’s collage methodology developed from illustration and installation to literature and, more recently, film. Notable works include his book Woman’s World, a novel collaged from 40,000 fragments of text cut from the pages of vintage women’s magazines, and Lost Consonants, a series which appeared weekly in The Guardian for 15 years and in eight books.

Jim Sutherland
Visiting Professor in Graphics

Co-founder of hat-trick design, Jim has worked on branding for the Natural History Museum, signage for the Salvation Army, stamps for the Royal Mail and the Land Securities roster.

Adrian Wooton
Visiting Professor in Film and Moving Image

Served as Chief Executive of both the British Film Commission and Film London. He is a member of BAFTA and the European Film Academy. He is a broadsheet writer, radio broadcaster, festival director, book editor and biographer.