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Teaching Staff

MA Moving Image and Sound is delivered through an experienced academic and technical staff team to support those looking to extend their professional skills and technical abilities.

Creative thinking and innovation are at the core of the MA philosophy and you will engage with students from across the postgraduate community to share opportunities and debate contemporary issues.

Your curriculum will include professional guest speakers, industry focused projects, collaborations and study visits. These complement the core studio, workshop and taught sessions on research methods, theoretical approaches and business and professional skills.

Your tutors, as practitioners themselves, will support you in promoting your work within the creative sector. From our campus in the heart of Norwich’s cultural quarter you will have access to industry standard resources and exceptional facilities.

Professor Suzie Hanna

MA Moving Image and Sound Unit Tutor/MA Core Tutor

Professor Suzie Hanna

Suzie Hanna teaches undergraduate, Masters and Postgraduate research students at NUA. She conducts international collaborative research projects and maintains her professional practice focusing on interfaces of language, moving image and sound design. She is secretary of NAHEMI and a member of the AHRC peer review college. She undertakes national and international examination and consultancy as well as developing innovative live projects and platforms for NUA students. Specialising in animation and sound design, her practice explores the creation of animation from documentary material and the study of parallels in animation, poetry and sound design. Read Professor Hanna’s staff profile.

Liam Wells

MA Moving Image and Sound Unit Tutor

Liam Wells

Liam Wells is a Unit Leader for MA Moving Image and Sound and the Course Leader for BA Film and Moving Image Production. In 2010/11 Liam was an HEA National Teaching Fellow, which reflects his research interest in film production education.

Liam’s practice-based research investigates hybrid processes of identifying non-linear modes of time/events drawing upon models from different disciplines to explore audio-visual works in site-specific contexts. Read Liam’s staff profile.

Staff Profiles


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