Experienced EMEA Policy Advisor, Lecturer & Researcher with a demonstrated history of working in the information technology & creative industries. Skilled in Digital Strategy, Analytical Methods, Social Psychology, Research Design, Media Production (news and entertainment content alike), Political Analysis and Event Management. Holds a Doctorate of Philosophy (Ph.D.) from the University of Westminster on the power of entertainment discourses and narrative/images and imagination to create or change a culture of human rights and human "wrongs" focusing on gender rights in the Middle East.
I am interdisciplinary and teach theoretical and practical classes across the department of Media and the Creative Industries.
MA and BA modules from different clusters: Journalism and Mass Communication, Television Production, Interactive Media Practice, Global Media, Graphic Communication Design, Communication Policy, Media and Development, Media Business and Management etc.
MA & BA dissertation Supervisor
Interested but not limited to:
The creative industries
Media and Development
Entertainment productions as spaces of imagination and change
The power of Discourses & Narratives
Power Structures in the medias
Mediascapes in China, Japan, South Korea, The Middle East, Europe and The US
Creativity, ways of Making-Do and Resistance
Institutionalised Media Strategies and fast change
Micro and Macro politics/economics of Gaming & Animation