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I am a senior lecturer and course leader for the BA Computer Games Design at the University of Huddersfield. I'm responsible for the day to day management of Canalside Games Studio. The studio is currently working on a small scale games development projects for mobile platforms. The studio has developed and released titles for Microsoft Xbox 360 Live Arcade, as well as games for PC and contracted development work for other organisations
I am a member of the Arms and Armour Research Group and the Serious Games Research Group
I am currently enrolled on the EntD programme at the University of Huddersfield.
I am currently enrolled on the EntD programme at the University of Huddersfield. I have an MA in Art and Design, and MSc In Interactive Media and an MBA, I am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy and a Member of the British Computing Society
My interests span both Art and Design and Technology subjects with a particular interest in applying digital technologies to enhance visualisation and interpretation
I am interested in cross disciplinary working with a view to supporting innovation and enterprise.
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