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Doctor of Philosophy (PhD) in Digital Arts and Media (2009 – 2014)
Arts Technology Research Laboratory, Trinity College Dublin.
Digital Audiovisuality | the Articulation of the Digital Medium in Online Video.
Master of Science (MSc), Interactive Digital Media (2007 – 2008),
Department of Computer Science, Trinity College Dublin.
Diploma in Music (2006-2008)
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Media Arts (2003 – 2007)
Dublin Institute of Technology.
National Certificate, Television and Video Production (1996 – 1998),
IADT Dun Laoghaire.
Digital Arts, Film, TV Production, Video Production, Music, Interactive Media, Arts Criticism, Media Theory and History.back to top
My Research and Practice in Digital Video:
Electronics and Microcontrollers, Digital Communications, Digital Video Systems, Experimental Video Practices, TV Production, Practical Engineering for Media.
International Association for the Study of Irish Literatures conference, NUI Maynooth, July 2010
Genres in Transit: Rethinking Genres in Contemporary Cinemas conference, Arts Technology Research Laboratory, Dublin, April 2012
Dancing with Fire: Technology,Performance, Objects and Environments, Arts Technology Research Laboratory, Dublin, May 2012
Avanca | Cinema, Art, Technology conference, Portugal, July 2012
European Popular Culture Association conference, London University of the Arts, July 2012
Cinema in the Interstices, University College Cork, September 2012
MeCCSA | Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association Postgraduate Network conference, Loughborough University, UK, September 2012
Ireland and Popular Culture conference at Reims University, France, October 2012
Display: Consume: Respond – Digital Engagement with Art, Computers and the History of Art (CHArt) 28th Annual Conference, London, November 2012
MeCCSA | Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association 2013: Spaces & Places of Culture, University of Ulster, January 2013
Scratch, a Study in Digital Audiovisuality
in Avanca | Cinema 2012: International Cinema, Art, Technology (2012), CCA: Portugal.
Please Say Something (2009): Digital Aesthetics and Popular Culture
in Ireland and Popular Culture (2014), Peter Lang: London.
in The CHArt Yearbook (forthcoming), Intellect Books: London.