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Daniel Bacchus BA, MA, FHEA

Principal Lecturer, Subject Group Leader - Animation and Digital Media Production


Summary

Daniel teaches on a range of modules across the Media Arts and Communications courses, covering skills in the following disciplines: Film, Post-Production, Animation, Motion Graphics, Graphic Design, Web Design, App Development, Interactive Media. He is also completing a practice-based PhD, focussing on experiential design and presence using immersive digital technologies.

Teaching

Subject area

Creative Media

Courses

Digital Media Production

Research

Daniel is currently completing a practice-based PhD, focussing on experiential design and presence using immersive digital technologies.

Publications

Conference papers

Bacchus, D. (2019). Life is Beautiful. Always: Using Virtual Reality to share the experience of disability. In Canterbury Anifest, Canterbury Christ Church University, 8 March 2019 - 9 March 2019.

Bacchus, D. (2018). Articulating a post-human understanding of presence in virtual reality. Virtual System & Multimedia (VSMM) , 2017 23rd International Conference, 91-101. http://doi.org/10.1109/VSMM.2017.8346260

Exhibitions

Bacchus, D., Green, D., & Schreur, M. (2018). Life is Beautiful. Always. VR Exhibition. Grace Unit, Fitzalan Square, Sheffield, S1 2AY. https://www4.shu.ac.uk/sia/events/event-listing-past-events.html?event=295

Bacchus, D., Green, D., & Schreur, M. (2018). Life is Beautiful. Always. Anglia Ruskin University. https://www.anglia.ac.uk/community-engagement/cfi2018-life-is-beautiful-always

Bacchus, D., Green, D., & Schreur, M. (2019). Life is Beautiful. Always. [Virtual Reality Installation]. London Art Biennale 2019, Chelsea Old Town Hall.

Bacchus, D., Green, D., & Schreur, M. (2019). Life is Beautiful. Always. [Virtual Reality]. 2nd Blue Cube International Art Festival, Fuyang Gongwang Art Museum, Fuyang, Hangzhou.

Presentations

Bacchus, D. (2019). Life is Beautiful. Always: Using virtual reality to share the experience of disability. Presented at: Canterbury Anifest 2019, Canterbury Christ Church University, 2019

Ternan, M., & Bacchus, D. (2015). Traditional Animation Principles within Mobile App Development. Presented at: LTA Conference 2015, Sheffield, UK, 2015

Other activities

Daniel is an active practitioner in industry, specialising in motion graphics, post production, web, interactive media and VR projects

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