Open Day - June 2017

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Our People

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  • Prof Joe Cutler

    Head of Composition

    Joe Cutler's music has been described as “propulsive” (BBC Music Magazine), “alluring” (Scotsman), “neurotic” (Re-Diffusion) and “the best thing to come out of Neasden since Twiggy” (Gramophone). His music has been performed in over 30 countries and on 6 continents including performances at venues such as Bang-on-a-Can Music...

  • Tracey Cutler

    Director of Continuous Professional Development (CPD)

    Tracey oversees both accredited and some non accredited CPD. Working in collaboration with the Schools and partner organisations.

  • Dr Haydn Davies

    Head of the School of Law

    Dr Haydn Davies has taught and researched environmental protection (both technology and law) since the 1990s. He is currently the assistant vice chair of the UK Environmental Law Association, and co-convenor of the Welsh Working Party.

  • Faye Davies

    Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Theory, and Deputy Programme Director BA (Hons) Media and Communication

    Faye Davies is Senior Lecturer in Media and Cultural Theory at the Birmingham School of Media. She joined the University in 2001. Her expertise lies in Media and Cultural theory, particularly in the areas of television, developing pedagogical approaches for media education and digital cultures. Faye has also presented...

  • David Davis

    Part-time Research Associate and PhD Advisor

    Professor of Drama in Education at Birmingham City University (formerly University of Central England) where he was the founder of, and until recently, director of the International Centre for Studies in Drama in Education and course leader for MA, MPhil and PhD studies in Drama in Education. At present working only with MPhil...

  • Dr Jonathan Day

    Reader in Transmedia Arts

    Black Country bred, Dr Day is the spawn of 300 years of English Midlands' Industrialism. He was conceived in a derelict church, on land left wild after its ruination by Roman iron mines. His mother was 18 and had no intention of making him. My grandmother, in turn, bore her at 17, fathered by a half-Irish sailor who died near...

  • Dr Christel de Bruijn

    Senior Lecturer and Lead for Research Development

    Christel studied Speech Technology at the University of Utrecht in The Netherlands (old style 4-year ‘doctoraal’, equivalent to Master), after which she undertook PhD research at the University of Sheffield on acoustic and perceptual parameters of voice during prolonged speaking. In 2003 she joined the Department of Speech and...

  • Jeffrey Dean

    Associate Professor

    Born in Washington, D.C.; educated at Swarthmore College (near Philadelphia). Taught by Howard Mayer Brown and Edward E. Lowinsky at University of Chicago. Lectured atBerkeley (1984/5), UCLA, (1986–8), Southampton (1989/90), Manchester (2002–5). Free-lance editor, book designer, and typesetter of academic books in the...

  • Dr Philip Dee

    Education facilitator / AP(E)L advisor

    Philip joined the PDD in 2006 as an APEL Advisor and Education Facilitator (providing Numeracy and Academic skills). In recent years this has evolved to include statistical support in quantitative research with staff and with the teaching in undergraduate and postgraduate programmes. His professional background is as a...

  • Ravi Deepres

    Professor of Moving Image and Photography

    Award winning artist, film maker and photographer Ravi Deepres has established an international reputation for his still and moving image work. Winner of The Great North Run Moving Image commission in 2006 made in collaboration with Bafta winning film maker Michael Baig Clifford. His work deals with environments and...

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