Tim is a video artist based in Plymouth, and one-half of the audio/ visual/performative duo ‘Got any rice’. His audio/visual and performative works have been exhibited at Plymouth Arts Centre, University of Plymouth, The Gallery (Plymouth), ‘PL:ay’ festival (Plymouth), Permanent Gallery (Brighton).
He is a committed and passionate arts educator who is always experimenting and testing accepted educational practice to ensure his course is as transparent and innovative as it can be. Tim has led college-wide innovations in relation to the use of online and social networking platforms within his course delivery and lead the charge away from formal sketchbooks to a much more fluid and dynamic blog approach.
The success of his students is testament to the skill Tim holds as an educator.
‘The Wire’ Research project promoting ‘Cafe Concrete’ collective in ‘The Wire’ magazine. Full page inside cover promotion and CD issued to 9000 subscribers. Project completed with publication in March 2010 (issue 313), and review of DVD in May 2010 (issue 315).
Testing Grounds Research project, audio visual and performative work as part of ‘Got any rice’. Testing Grounds (funded by Arts Council, South East) 30th January 2010, Permanent Gallery, Brighton.
VoxBox, Crossing Point, Roland Levinsky Building, University of Plymouth, 19-21 May 2009.
CCPCP55 (Cafe Concrete Plymouth City Project 55) Plymouth Art Centre, December 2008.
Neil Rose is a sonic artist and academic who specialises in electroacoustic/acousmatic music, live performance, film, animation and design. He studied sonic arts at Middlesex University, and lectures in sonic arts here at the college.
Neil undertakes frequent collaborations with film and performance/live artists as well as being a successful recording artist, publishing on One C, Café Concrete and Prima Rosa records, and has had work internationally distributed and reviewed by The Wire magazine.
Sound recording, editing for Melanie Manchot’s film ‘The Hall’
Sound recording, editing and composition for Erika Tan’s film ‘Sensing Obscurity’
Sound recording, editing and composition for Abigail Reynolds film work ‘Double Brass’
Production of digital audio system for install in Bath ICIA for Low Profile ‘Impromptu’
Design of performance interface for Mark Leahy ‘The Answering Machine’
Sound editing and composing for Tom Marshman on LGBT projects delivered around the country (ongoing) ‘Move Over Darling’
Billy is a 3D artist who specialises in environment modelling, traditionally trained to work in the games industry, Billy now produces virtual models predominantly for production based work.
Billy is highly skilled in moving image and CGI technologies, supplying a post-production technical knowledge to the course team. He has a thorough education in media alongside a proactive and creative mindset towards teaching and learning.
Billy's knowledge of modern film, social media and marketing allows the course to consistently push boundaries in terms of content and scope.
Camille is trained in writing for the media. Having studied a Masters Degree at Falmouth University College in Professional Writing Camille offers a variety of skills in this area. Amongst many, her scriptwriting, feature writing, critiquing and journalistic styles are to be admired and these excellently reflect in the classroom to the cohort of FE and occasionally HE learners.
She is also a keen musician and frequently supplies students with her knowledge of music’s juxtaposition with moving image.
Camille writes as a journalist in her spare time and currently collaborates with Devon’s Food and Drink Guide.
Food and Drink Guides
Piano Lessons Plymouth
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