Wednesday, 30 June 2010
Continuing with my academics portrait project I recently photographed Clive Frankish a lecturer at the University of Bristol's department of Experimental Psychology. Here are his answers to a few short questions...
Years studying/in academia: Study (exc primary) 6yrs school, 9 yrs university: academic/research, 36 yrs
Currant highest academic qualification: PhD in Psychology (Cambridge)
Current main area of interest: Language and short-term memory
Current job title: Senior Lecturer (from August 1st, Senior Research Fellow)
For the pleasure of research, both my own and other people’s. I like puzzles that have delightfully clever solutions - and nature invents all the best ones. And I like the idea of sharing that delight with students. There’s no other job that comes close.
What are your aims for the future?
To continue with research, so long as I can think of interesting things to do. Learn conversational French. Have fun.
Monday, 7 June 2010
Had a great fun at a shoot with Keir Moffatt the other day based on emotions and expression. It mainly involved me and Keir making strange faces at each other, the only difference being I was behind the camera and Keir was in front.
I also made a short video with some of the images from the shoot.
It's always fun the play in the studio...