Research Staff

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  • 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...

  • Michael Dring

    Programme Director, MArch Architecture

    Mike Dring is an architect, senior lecturer, MArch programme director and researcher at the Birmingham School of Architecture and Design. He brings seven years of professional practice to his role with a track record of delivering award winning projects. He is involved in a number of emergent and established research projects...

  • Professor Christian Frost

    Director of History, Theory and Cultural Context

    Christian Frost qualified as an architect in 1990 following the completion of his studies at the University of Cambridge. He worked in practice, at home and abroad for over ten years before becoming a full time academic in 2001, when he began to research the history of the foundation of Salisbury which has resulted in the...

  • Professor Colin Gale

    Director of Postgraduate Programmes in Fashion and Textiles

    Professor Colin Gale is currently Director of Postgraduate Programmes in Fashion and Textiles. From an initial career start in Fine Art he has traversed virtually all of the art, design and media disciplines. He has research interests in high technology, business, cultural studies and has specialist expertise relating to design...

  • Sheila Griffiths

    Programme Director: Fashion Undergraduate Programmes Senior Lecturer

    Sheila is a senior lecturer and programme director for the suite of Undergraduate Fashion Programmes. She has extensive experience as a Pattern Cutter working within the fashion industry, across all product areas prior to and whilst progressing into teaching some 20years ago, where alongside her teaching of pattern cutting and...

  • Zoë Hillyard

    Senior Lecturer

    Graduating in Embroidery, Zoë Hillyard’s career has combined part-time lecturing with a range of other roles; initially producing embellished knitwear for the fashion industry and later designing tailored knitwear collections for Marion Foale. An interest in the role of craft production as a livelihood strategy saw Zoë...

  • Colette Jeffrey

    Associate Professor - Wayfinding and Inclusive Design

    Colette is an Associate Professor in Wayfinding and Inclusive Design. Before joining Birmingham City University in 2009, she worked for 15 years as a wayfinding consultant, inclusive design director and information designer. She researched and co-wrote the NHS official guidance on wayfinding in hospitals, published in 1999 and...

  • Toni Mayner

    Lecturer - Jewellery

    Toni Mayner lives and works in Birmingham as a part-time lecturer at the School of Jewellery and an independent Jewellery Artist exhibiting in the UK and abroad. Initially training as a jeweller, during her Master's studies she developed large-scale work which led to her spending a year in the Netherlands working with Dutch...

  • Professor Kathryn Moore

    Professor of Landscape Architecture

    Kathryn Moore, President of the International Federation of Landscape Architects (IFLA) and Professor of Landscape Architecture at Birmingham City University has published extensively on design quality, theory, education and practice. Her book Overlooking the Visual: Demystifying the Art of Design (2010) provides the basis for...

  • Caroline Norman

    MA Design Management

    Caroline’s career embraces design and business management, working with a variety of clients, SMEs and national brands, including Aga Rayburn, British Airways, Golden Bear, Halfords and Neurofen. She has a strong interest in management within the creative industries, with her research interests focusing on work-based learning,...

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