Middlesex University. B.A. Fine Art
Royal College of Art. M.A, Fine Art, painting
Solo/ Duo Exhibitions (© indicates exhibition catalogue or pamphlet)
• 'Dear Friend, I can no longer hear your voice*, Foyle Project Space at the Sir John Soane's Museum, London. Producer, Gary Thomas, (co-Director Animate Projects), and other partners. ©
• 'A Diagram of Waiting', Perimeter Space, Griffin Gallery, London. Curated by Karen David.©
• ‘Treatment for Six Characters’, event presented by Tannery Arts at The Drawing Room, London
• ’Flying Through Amber: the last wish of Vladimir Šlapeta’, with Andrew Grassie. FORMAT festival, Derby, UK. ©
• ’My Dark Places - Anne-Marie Creamer’, Gallery Aoyama, Tokyo, Japan
• ‘Interference’, James Brook & Anne-Marie Creamer, curated by Alex Farquharson, The Spacex Gallery, Exeter, UK ©
SELECTED GROUP EXHIBITIONS (© INDICATES EXHIBITION CATALOGUE OR PAMPHLET)
• 'A History of Drawing', Camberwell Space, University of the Arts, London. Curated by Kelly Chorpening.
• ‘Aesthetica Art Prize', York Art Gallery, UK.
• ‘Armel Beaufils: Eaufils Le Regard des Femmes’, Galerie du presbytere, Saint-Briac sur Mer, FRAC Bretagne, France. Curated by Sharon Kivland. ©
• In the Open, Sheffield Institute of Arts Gallery & Bank Street Arts, Sheffield, UK. Presenting From Longdendale to Shinning Clough, a new collaboration with American poet Laura-Gray Street.
Previous, since 2000 only:
• ARTISTS’ FILM, The Tetley Gallery/ Leeds International Film Festival (LIFF). Screening ‘The Passing of the Keepers of Salento’. Selected by Tetley Creative Director Bryony Bond, Curator Zoe Sawyer, artist and curator Amelia Crouch, and Director of LIFF, Chris Fell.
• Cinema spec Studio74 film series, Exeter Phoenix Galley, Exeter, UK. Selected by Matt Burrows, Cheryl Jones & George Vasey
• 'DER DU IKKJE ER', curators vacation. Presenting 'By Way of an Introduction', Solund, Norway
• Cubitt Salon #6, 'The Night of the Killer Klowns', Cubitt 25th anniversary Salon by artist David Harrison, Cubitt Artists, London
• FLAC Group Presents: NETWRK, The Exhibit, London
• 'MOVING LANDSCAPE #2', book and exhibition of public art project, Associazione Italiana di Architettura e Critica, Roma
• 'Moving Landscape', Il Museo Ferroviario della Puglia, Lecce, Italy, curated by Francesca Marconi/ Progetto GAP
• 'Super Salon', curated by Alan Magee, DOLPH projects, London
• ’Worlds Apart, by Kjetil Berge’, Five Years Gallery, London, premiering ‘The Tragedy of a Character’, live narration and film work
• ‘Emergency6’, Aspex Arts, UK, selected by Simon Morrissey, Dir WORKS | PROJECTS; Donna Lynas,
Director of Wysing Arts Centre; S. Mark Gubb & Joanne Bushnell, Director, aspex Gallery, UK. Winner of the Peoples Choice Award
• ‘The world in a box (a bittersweet salon)’, The Old Cinema, Margate, UK, curated by Peter Fillingham and Francesco Pedraglio
• ‘The Life and Times of the Oldest Man in Sogn og Fjordane’, Maloy Fretag, Norway. Funded by Sogn og Fjordane Fylkeskommune. Curated / organised by Lars Sture.
• ‘Spazi Aperti 2013’, Academia di Romania, Rome, Italy.
• ‘I Have Lived‘, British School at Rome, Rome, Italy
• ’Nordic Models: 'Publish and Be Damned', Swedish Art fair, Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm. Exhibiting ‘Kome til deg i Tidende meta newspaper project,’ (co-curated with Lars Sture and Kjetil Berge).
• ‘Golden Rain’, artist project curated by Michael Petry, Palm Springs Art Museum, USA ©
• ‘Close to Home: artists reconsider the local’, A collaboration between Land2, East Street Arts and the School of Design, University of Leeds. East Street Arts, Leeds, UK.
• ‘Kome til deg i Tidende – a meta newspaper’, Co-editor & artist-curator, with Lars Sture & Kjetil Berge. Hosted by Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum, Norway. ©
• Drawing Centre Diepenheim, Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, The Netherlands. Curated by Arno Kramer, with Hans Op de Beeck, Peter Morrens, Hans de Wit, Jochem van der Spek and Anne-marie Creamer
• ‘Outcasting: A Century of Artists Film’, curated by Michael Cousins, Oriel Mwldan, Cardigan, Wales.
• ‘Drawing exercise’, Spinach, London
• ‘Inspired by Soane’, The Sir John Soane’s Museum, London, UK ©
• ‘DRAW - Turning Thoughts into Lines’, Royal College of Art, London. ©
• ‘All Over the Place’, The Stanley & Audrey Burton Gallery, Leeds, UK. ©
• 'Vitamin Sandnes', Norway, a city-wide project curated by Kjetil Berge & Bernhard Ostebo. Supported by Rogaland Kunstsenter, Sandnes Kunstforening, and Sandnes Sentrum AS. ©
• Hosted by the Alyans Project, ‘Ellipses...telling the tale of the rings’, Kunstnernes Hus, Oslo, Norway ©
• ’Interrupted Correspondence/ Vice-Versa’: Five Years Fragments, Five Years Gallery / JTG Project ’09, London
• ‘Souvenirs from Earth’, an international TV-project based in Cologne and Paris available on the French and German Cable TV network, broadcasting ‘Meeting the Pied Piper in Brasov. Selected by Alec Crichton. ©
• ‘Migrations’, Dance Film series, Royal Cambrian Academy. Tour to: Oriel Mostyn & Venue Cymru Llandudno, Galeri Caernarfon, Oriel Pendeitsh Caernarfon, Rhyl Arts Centre. Screening ‘Meeting the Pied Piper in Brasov'. Curated by Karine Décorne, (througout 2009/10)
• ‘Outcasting Session 6’, Selected by Michael Cousin. Season 6 of Outcasting ©
• ’Golden Rain, On the Edge project’, Eigeroya lighthouse, Egersund, Norway. Curated by Michael Petry. Organized by Ha Gamle Prestegard as part of Stavanger 2008, (European Union city of culture 2008). ©
• ‘F O U N D / G E V O N D E N / T R O U V É’, Voorkamer gallery, Lier, Belgium
• ‘Bad Year Blimp’, Alma Enterprises Gallery, London
• ‘All Over the Place; Drawing Place: Drawing Space’, University of the West of England Bristol Gallery, UK.©
• ‘The Walls in Three Places’, White Nave, Dover, UK. Curated by Peter Fillingham
• ‘Territorien’, BBK Galerie de Kunstler, München, Germany. Jan Mladovsky /Jost - H. Hecker, Andreas Wutz, Anne-Marie Creamer, Tomas Svoboda, Sabine Kammerl, Hanus Burger, Robert Barta, Toni Crabb & Martin Zet. Curated by Pavel Zelechovsky ©
• ’Selective Affinities’, Outpost Gallery, Norwich, UK. With Gemma Appleton, Hannah Browne, Anne-Marie Creamer, Stuart Croft, Jan Mladovsky, Michael Ridge, Freya Smith, Holly Sutton, Matthew Noel–Tod, Elizabeth Wright, Natalie Zervou, Mark Aerial Waller.
• ’Malé etudy’, Skolska 28 Communication Space, Prague, Czech Republic, with CAS FAMU, Prague Film School
• ’Most Curatorial Biennial’, Apex art, New York, USA
• ’X-MASS The Spot: Sweet-Shop Labour Force Elves’. Draiocht Arts Center, Dublin, Ireland. Curated Nevan Lahart.
• ’Oriel Mostyn 25’, Oriel Mostyn Gallery, Llandudno, Wales, UK ©
• ‘Freecamp’, Cultural Hall of the Syndicates, Miercurea Ciuc, Romania
• ‘Videoformes’, International festival d’arts video et Multimedia de Clermont-Ferrand, France.
• ‘Rencontres Internationales PARIS-BERLIN’, Paris, France. 2003 ©
• ’Video art Exhibition’, AD&A Gallery, Osaka, Japan (supported by the British Council)
• ’The Ghost in the Mirror’, collaboration with filmmaker Keiichi Ogata, Omotesando Gallery, part of British Artist Now Festival, Tokyo, Japan ©
• ‘In Your Head Film Night’, One-in-the-Eye Film Club, selected by David Harrison, Cubitt Gallery, London, UK.
• ’East International’, selected by Mary Kelly & Peter Wollen, The Norwich Art Gallery, UK ©
• ’British Art Now’, Sagacho bis Gallery, Tokyo, Japan ©
AWARDS AND RESIDENCIES
Since 2000 only:
• Aesthetica Art Award, longlist.
• ‘MOVING LANDSCAPE #2’, Puglia, Italy, public art project on Rete dei Caselli Sud Est, curated by Francesco Francesca Marconi, with Francesco Buonerba & Elisabetta Patera, including workshop on the dramaturgy of territory, commission & publication, supported by PepeNero, Projetto GAP, Fondazione con il Sud, & European Commission.
• EMERGENCY6 ‘People’s Choice’ award, Aspex Gallery
• European Regional Development Fund Award - New Creative Markets Programme with Space Studios.
• Sogn og Fjordane Fylkeskommune, Norway, for post-production & exhibition costs of ‘The Life and Times of the Oldest Man in Sogn og Fjordane’.
• British School at Rome, Derek Hill Scholarship, Rome
• CCW Graduate School Staff Fund, awarded by Chelsea, Camberwell and Wimbledon Colleges of Art, University of the Arts London
• Evelyn Williams Drawing Fellowship, University of the West of England, Bristol, UK
• International-artist-in-residence-award, Center for Contemporary Art, Prague, Czech Republic
• Grants for Individuals, Arts Council of England, London
• Arts & Humanities Research Council, Small Grants in the Creative & Performing Arts
• London Arts Development Fund: London Visual Arts Artists Fund/ London Arts Board, Arts Council of Great Britain, London
• Go! International Award’, London Arts Board/ London Arts Board, Arts Council of Great Britain, London
Basil H. Alkazzi Travelling Scholarship, The Delfina Studios Trust Award, London, Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, The Union of Soviet Art Critics Residency, U.S.S.R- Russia, Latvia, Uzbekistan & the Crimea, European Travel Award, Berlin, The Princes Trust Artists Bursary, Arts Council of Great Britain., Award to Individual Artists, London Arts Board, London Arts Board, London Arts Development Fund: London Visual Arts Artists Fund, London Arts Board
Royal College of Art Collection, Coopers & Lybrand Delloitte, London, Delfina Studios Trust, London, & in private collections in London, Switzerland & Paris.
Since 2000 only:
• Armel Beaufils, le Regard des femmes, accompanying the exhibition of the same name features Anne-Marie's work 'I do not see myself as I look at you (animation)'. Foreword by Vincent Denby Wilkes, Mayor of Saint-Briac-sur-Mer and Catherine Elkar, Director of Frac Bretagne. Text by Sharon Kivland. Published by Édition Frac Bretagne. French/English. ISBN 978-2-906127-54-
• The Lost Diagrams of Walter Benjamin, Featuring Anne-Marie's drawing, A diagram of Waiting, Edited by Helen Clarke & Sharon Kivland. Essays by Helen Clarke, Sam Dolbear, & Christian A. Wollin. Including, Pavel Buchler & Nina Chua, Anne-Marie Creamer, Dean Kenning, Katharine Meynell, Paul O’Kane, Stefan Szczelkun, George Themistokleous, Monique Ulrich, & Louise K. Wilson. Published by MA BIBLIOTHÈQUE in June 2017, and presented at MISS READ: Berlin Art Book Festival 2017, July, Haus der Kulturen der Welt. ISBN 978-1-910055-36-6
• ‘Future Now, 100 contemporary artists', published by Aesthetica Magazine, UK. With texts by Cherie Federico, Olivier Richon, Dr Rebecca Kill, Alistair Payne, Sophia Kosmaoglou.
• 'The Dilemmas of Adaptation: Making Treatment for Six Characters’, by Anne-Marie Creamer, pages, 106–15, ’Pirandello Studies’, 2014, volume 34. Journal of the Society for Pirandello Studies. Published Dublin/ Europe.
• 'Pirandello’s Unrealized Film, Treatment for Six Characters: An Interview with Film Director and Artist Anne Marie Creamer', Pirandello Society of America journal, comprehensive interview with Michael Subialka & Lesley Sullivan.
• ’MOVING LANDSCAPE #2’, PepeNero, Projetto GAP PROJECT, Fondazione con il Sud, and European Commission. Text by Francesca Marconi & Francesco Buonerba.
• British School at Rome, ‘fineARTS 2012-13’.
• ’Kome til deg i Tidende – a meta newspaper’. Co-editor & artist-curator, with Lars Sture & Kjetil Berge. Hosted by Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum this publishing project was distributed by Bergen Kunsthalle, Museum Stavanger, Norway, & Donlon Books London. It is sold out. Featuring; Kjetil Berge, Bob & Roberta Smith, Alexandre da Cunha, Julien Discrit/ Olivia Grandperrin, Alex Hartley/ NOWHEREISLAND, gruppe MIM, Clunie Reid, Anne Lise Stenseth, Annika Strøm, Bjorn Veno, Julie Verhoeven, Adam Chodzko/ Erlend Hammer, (editor of Kunstkritik); Tania Kovats; Jeremey MiIllar/ Guy Moreton/ Alec Finlay; Marius Moldvaer.
• Opening, Drawing Centre Diepenheim, Kunstvereniging Diepenheim Zevende Tekeningencahair, Hans de Wit, Een Keuze, Eine Auswahl, Hans Op de Beeck, Peter Morrens, Anne-Marie Creamer, Jochem van der Spek, Ben Kruisdijk, Edited by Arno Kramer, Texts by Arno Kramer & Tine Zevenhuizen. Published by Kunstvereniging Diepenheim, with support by Kunstwek Diepenheim, Goethe Institute, provincie Verijssel,Gemeente Hof van Twente.
• ’All Over the Place; Drawing Place: Drawing Space’, University of the West of England Bristol, published by
Caseman Press at the University of Lincoln.
• ‘Golden Rain, for “On the Edge” Project, Eigeroya lighthouse, Egersund, Norway. Texts by Michael Petry. Organized by Ha Gamle Prestegard as part of‚ Stavanger 2008‘, European City of Culture ‚08.
• LICC, London International Creative Competition '01, Text by Hossein Farmani & artists. Published by Asterix Press.
• ‘The Drawing Book, a survey of drawing, the primary means of expression’. Edited by Tania Kovats. With texts by Charles Darwent, Kate Macfarlane & Katherine Stout. Black Dog Publishing, now in it‘s second international edition
• 'Basil H Alkazzi Foundation & The Royal College of Art'. Published by the Basil H Alkazzi Foundation & The Royal College of Art
• ’British Art Now’, catalogue, Tokyo, Japan. Funded by The Great British Saskawa Foundation.
• ’East International catalogue’. Text by Lynda Morris. Funded by the Arts Council, The Henry Moore Foundation, Eastern Arts Board
• ’British Art Now’, catalogue, Tokyo, Japan
SELECTED BIBLIOGRAPHY – REVIEWS & CITATIONS
Since 2000 only:
• 'Pirandello and Cinema', featuring Treatment for Six Characters presented by Dr Michael Jonathan (Assistant Professor of Comparative Literature and Italian, University of California Davis). Presented at the Italian Cultural Institute of Los Angeles, USA.
• Radio Interview with Brainard Carey, Yale Radio, a series of interviews with Artists, Curators and more. "Lives of the most Excellent Artists, Architects, Curators, Critics, Theorists and more, like Vasari's book updated.. Yale University radio WYBCX)". Link
• La Repubblica, L'arte lungo i binari del Salento ‘Moving landscape a Lecce’, Lorenzo Madaro
• Corrierre Salentino, ‘Moving Landascape’ al Museo Ferroviario di Lecce, editorial.
• Brindisi Sette, News, ‘Moving Landscape, Quattro artisti sui binary delle Ferrovie Sud Est’, editorial.
• Artribune, Moving Landscape, editorial
• Fjordenes Tidende, Norway, ‘Mott med sjenerositet, premieren av The Life & Times of the Oldest Man in Sogn og Fjordane’, by Janne Weltzien Listhaug
• Billedkunst, Norway, Kuratoren, curators focus, interview on Kome til deg i Tidende project, by Gustav Svihus Borgersen
• Fjordenes Tidende, Norway, ‘Baner vei for nytt museumsbygg‘, article on Kome til deg i Tidende project, by Kari Råsberg
• British School at Rome research journal, interview
• Arc, Artist resource guide, Cardiff, on ‘Outcasting: A Century of Artists Film’.
• Rhizome.org, ‘Exhibition: A Century of Artists' Film‘, editorial.
• Monitorul Expres Newspaper, Romania, ‘Braşovul, oraşul din basmul Fraţilor Grimm’, by Camelia Onciu
• måg magazine, Interview with SE Barnet, a comprehensive six-page about Creamer’s work, published by Nabroad, click here to see interview, which is on p79
• Critical Art Network, on ‘Bad Year Blimp’ at Alma Enterprises.
• Photography-now.org, ‘Territorien’ Ausstellung
• art49.com, The European portal for art in the 20th and 21st century. ‘Melody Spirit Performance und Territorien Ausstellung’
• Süddeutsche Zeitung, Wenn Heimisches fremd wird, ‘Territorien“: eine Ausstellung in der Galerie der Künstler, Mittwoch, 28. März 2007, Hanne Weskott
• foto8, Ei8ht magazine, FORMAT festival
• Hotshoe International, editorial, ‘Fresh Perspectives on Photography’, FORMAT Photography Festival, Derby.
• ARTTRA – on-line art magazine. Review of Oriel Mostyn 25, Julian Benson.
• Moveludés, Lászlo, Szat mári, Nemzetközi képzoművészeti alkotótábor, On ‘Freecamp’, Transylvania, Romania
• Norfolk Contemporary Art Society magazine, reviewing 'East 2001', Robert Short.
Curatorial/ Exhibition work
Has previously worked within the Cubit Gallery London (1994-99), and on the gallery advisory committee at Spacex Gallery, Exeter, UK in 1999.
• ‘Kome til deg i Tidende – a meta newspaper’, Co-editor & artist-curator, with Lars Sture & Kjetil Berge. Hosted by Sogn og Fjordane Kunstmuseum. Featuring also in: Nordic Models; 'Publish and Be Damned', Swedish Art fair, Swedish Contemporary Art Foundation, Stockholm, Bergen Kunsthalle, Museum Stavanger, and Donlon Books. ©
Has worked in a consultative position for the Arts Council of England, London, on the Advisory Board for Visual Arts funding in London and was a consultant to development of ‘Artquest’ for London Arts Board, an on-line and event based support resource project for artists within London. In 2006 Anne-Marie was on the judging panel for the Alkazzi Foundation Awards, Royal College of Art, Fine Art Department, London.
Talks, Events and Conferences
Please also see this link for a separate talks programming cv: AMCREAMER, EVENTS PROGRAMMING LIST.pdf
Adjunct Education & Events Programmer at Parasol unit foundation for contemporary art, London programming contemporary art talks, events, interviews & symposiums.
Anne-Marie was the Head Talks & Events at the Cubitt Gallery, London in the 1990’s & in 1999 was the Programmer of Talks, Delflna Studios Trust.
Selected events as a invited speaker:
From 2000 only:
• Cross Multi Inter Trans, Association for the Study of Literature and Environment, U.K. and Ireland Biennial Conference in association with LAND2: a landscape, place and visual arts research network. Co-organised by critical/creative scholars from Sheffield Hallam University, Sheffield University and the University of Leeds.
• Transmission public talks series, on Who is an artist? presenting performative lecture, By Way of an Introduction, ver2, Sheffield Hallam University & Site Gallery, UK.
'Cubitt, an artist-led history', ICA London, film screening and panel talk moderated by critic and broadcaster Morgan Quaintance.
• British School at Rome, screening event of ‘Treatment for Six Characters‘, British Academy London
• ‘Treatment for Six Characters’, presented by Tannery Arts at The Drawing Room, London
• ‘Pirandello and Conflict’, the Society for Pirandello Studies annual conference, organised by University College London and Italian Cultural Institute, London. Italian Cultural Centre, London.
• ‘Uncertain Glances’ symposium (organized by LAND2), Southampton City Art Gallery, UK, Including, Susan Trangmar, Louise K Wilson, Anne Eggebert, Anne-Marie Creamer, Stephen Felmingham.
• ‘Drawing Symposium’, Hereford College of Art, UK, with Professor Deanna Petherbridge & Clare Woods.
• Drawing, Memory and Place, A symposium’, Brighton University. With Emma Stibbon & Dr. Iain Biggs. Part of Art Practices & Performance Research Institute', Brighton University, UK
• ‘Exposure ’10’, Panel talk, Parasol unit foundation London. Co-moderator, with Professor David Rayson, Royal College of Art, with Leah Capaldi, Lea Provenzano & Kate Liston.
• ‘DRAW session - ‘Love and Theft’, Royal College of Art, London.
• ‘The End of the Line’, Bristol City Museum and Art Gallery, Bristol. Panel discussion with Hayward Gallery,
Roger Malbert Emma Stibbon, Roger Conlon & Philip Walke
• Kjetil Berge, Interview. Foundation Stiftelsen 3,14, Bergen, Norway.
• 'Drawing, an other way of learning', Symposium at Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Departement Saint-Lucas Beeldende Kunst, Gent, Belgium. With Thierry de Duve, Michaël Borremans, The Drawing Room, Lieve Dehasque, Peter Morrens, William Ploegaert & Stef Van Bellingen.
• ‘All Over the Place; Drawing Place: Drawing Space’, symposium, University of the West of England Bristol, LAND2
• ‘FORMAT’ conference: on painting & photography. Presented paper/ recent project, ‘Flying Through Amber: the last wish of Vladimir Šlapeta’, with Andrew Grassie. with including Dan Hays, Lisa Le Feurve, Jonathan Harris, John Goto, Angela Grauerholz, Sarah Jones & Edwin Zwakman. Derby University, UK
• ‘Drawing Quarters 1’, with Deanna Petherbridge, Grenville Davey, Humphrey Ocean, Paul Gough, Caroline Broadhead, Tania Kovats. University of the West of England, Bristol, UK.
• ‘The British Art scene in the 1990’s’, Open Studios NOPE, Tokyo, Japan
• ‘Hand-Made Film- East conference’, chaired by Marjorie Althorpe-Guyton. Cinema City, Norwich, UK
• ’Artist Run Galleries,’ panel speaker at symposium, Spacex Gallery, UK
Walker Art Gallery, Liverpool, UK; An Open Tutorial with Eric Fischl, Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK, (Video distributed by the ICA/ Whitechapel, with Anne-Marie Creamer, Eric Fischl and Jennet Thomas), Whitechapel Art Gallery, London, UK. (Artist talk on the Lucien Freud exhibition to the Seattle Museum of Modern Art); London Women's Centre/ Feminist Artist News, UK; Pavillion Photography Gallery, Leeds, UK; Institute of Contemporary Art, London, UK, talk on ‘John Currin’ exhibition, with Martin Maloney, Paul Noble & Alessandro Reno; Artist talk, interpreting 'Whitechapel Open', The Tannery Gallery, London, UK; Film Nite, NOPE Artist Studios, Tokyo, Japan.
0.6 Pathway Leader Professional Diploma Studies, Fine Art Department, Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts, London.
• University of the Arts (University of the Arts London) Teaching Award
• University of the Arts (University of the Arts London) Teaching Award
• 'White Square Award', Students Union Teaching Awards at University of the Arts London
• Fellow of the Higher Education Academy (FHEA)
• Ofsted, 'Outstanding' Tutor recognition, Central St Martins University of the Arts London
Previous Teaching Experience
• 0.5 Acting Lecturer, MFA, Wimbledon College of Art & Design, University of the Arts, London, 2015
• Acting Course Director, MA Drawing, Wimbledon College of Art & Design, University of the Arts London, 2014
Currently: Loughborough University, Fine Art department, also Nanyang Academy of Fine Arts, Singapore.
Previous Visiting Artist-Lecturer
• Hogeschool voor Wetenschap & Kunst, Saint-Lucas Beeldende Kunst, Gent, Belgium; Sunderland University, Middlesex University, University of Central England, Ruskin School of Art, Oxford University; Leeds Metropolitan University; KIAD, Canterbury College of Art; Nene College. Northampton University; Surrey Institute of Art & Design; University of Northumbria at Newcastle; Chelsea College of Art & Design; Leeds University; Royal College of Art & Central Saint Martins School of Art, Ba Fine Art.
Previous Part-time Lecturer
• Associate Lecturer, MFA, Wimbledon College of Art & Design, University of the Arts, London
• Associate Lecturer, Ba Fine Art, Drawing, Camberwell College of Art, University of the Arts London
• Visiting Practitioner, Central Saint Martins, Ba Fine Art course, University of the Arts London.
• Loughborough College of Art; Central Saint Martins School of Art. Cultural Studies Department; Central School of Speech & Drama, Post-Graduate Diploma Course, Acting Course Tutor, MA, Painting & Installation Art; Royal College of Art, Centre for Drawing Research; University of Plymouth, Exeter School of Art; Norwich University College of the Arts on Ba Fine Art Painting, MA Fine Art & MA Photography; Wimbledon College of Art, University of the Arts London, MA in Drawing/ Fine Art; Central Saint Martins, Lead Tutor in Painting.