I am by nature a freelancing animal and have been pursuing this professional trajectory for some decades now.
Over the span of my professional life I’ve been a teacher, researcher and learning designer as well as artist/musician. In these varied capacities I’ve done contract work within the public school system, TAFE, private enterprise and university sectors, always with a creative approach to providing high quality learning experiences for students of all ages and cultural backgrounds.With the arrival of the world wide web in the mid 1990s, my career became focussed around development of online learning and provision of high quality multimedia resources for university courses. I worked in this arena through to 2010 when I made the transition to working primarily as an independent artist and photographer/videographer.
I’m a compulsive lifelong learner and have completed numerous tertiary qualifications including several Bachelor of Arts degrees, teaching diplomas, a Master of Education and two PhDs in creative arts.
My professional life continues to be driven by a passion for the arts and education, particularly the ways in which artists and educators can be a force for cultural critique and change.
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