Principal Lecturer and Portfolio Lead for the Media Arts Department and Course Leader in Animation and visual effects at Sheffield Hallam University.
I joined Sheffield Hallam in 2007 and has played a lead role in creating and developing the animation courses now running at the University. He is now established as a practising digital artist integrating a fine art practice with freelance and industrial work alongside teaching and lecturing in digital media.
I originally trained and practised as a fine art painter at Cardiff University and then went on to complete a Masters in animation and visual effects at the National Centre for Computer Animation (NCCA) Bournemouth.
Department of Media Arts and Communication
Science, Technology and Arts
- Art and Design Research Centre
- Cultural Communication and Computing Research Institute
Watson, A., Lee, J., Gent, S., Ternan, M., Parkin, M., Robinson, A., & Robinson, S. (2015). Showreel for Media Arts Walking Research Group. [DVD]. Sheffield Hallam University: http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/whereto
Watson, A., & Lee, J. (2015). Encouraging research and group cohesion through walking art. In Where to? Steps towards the future of walking arts, Falmouth University, 16 April 2015. http://www.falmouth.ac.uk/whereto
Lee, J. (2016). Northern Light Exhibition. [Photography]. SIA Gallery Sheffield Hallam University. https://www4.shu.ac.uk/sia/events/event-listing.html?event=201
Robinson, A. (n.d.). Northern Light - Website Gallery. [Website based gallery].
Lee, J., & Watson, A. (2018). How can walking foster creativity and research in early careers. Presented at: Creating Knowledge Conference, Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield, UK, 2018
Watson, A., Lee, J., Gent, S., Ternan, M., Parkin, M., Robinson, A., & Robinson, S. (2015). Poster for Media Arts Walking Research Group. Presented at: Where to? Steps towards the future of walking arts, Falmouth University, 2015
Watson, A., Lee, J., Parkin, M., Gent, S., Robinson, A., Robinson, S., & Lazenby, M. (2017). SOLAR - a walking app. Sheffield Hallam University Catalyst Fund