Staff in MCCS
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Dr Daisy Asquith
Daisy is a documentary filmmaker with 20 years’ experience making films for the BBC, Channel 4 and the BFI.
Ms Tracy Bass
An independent producer, Tracy has won international awards and a BAFTA nomination for her film CARE.
A graduate from our BA Media and Communications, Ceiren is a freelance animator and convenes our Integrated Degree.
Dr Josephine Berry
Josephine has interests in the creative economy and the relationship between creativity, life and power.
Professor Lisa Blackman
Lisa works at the intersection of body studies, media and cultural theory, particularly subjectivity and embodiment.
Since 1980, Arnold has been working in three different areas of photography and teaches on the image and electronic arts.
Dr Clea Bourne
Clea’s main research interest is in financial markets and how they are mediated in global and local discourses.
Dr James Burton
James examines areas of cultural theory, science fiction, post-humanism, ecology and theories of fiction.
Dr Sarah Cefai
Dr Sarah Cefai specialises in affect studies vis-à-vis the critical and social epistemologies of feminism, queer theory and cultural studies.
Dr Louise Chambers
Louise researches psychology, individuals and mass media, particularly regarding gender, sexual orientation and disability.
Dr Aleena Chia
Aleena researches cultures of creativity and digital labour in game production and computational wellness.
Professor Sue Clayton
Sue is a UK feature film director, writer and composer. She has written and directed features, shorts and documentaries.
Professor Tim Crook
Tim has broad interests, from international media law and ethics to the dramaturgy of espionage and spy fiction.
Dr Laura Cuch
Professor James Curran
James’ work falls into two linked areas: media history and media political economy.
Professor Aeron Davis
His research merges elements of political communications, economic sociology, cultural economy and financialization.
Dr Omega Douglas
Race, diversity, journalism, and the role of diasporic communities and international institutions in global communicatio
Professor Tony Dowmunt
Tony’s work has involved arts documentaries, alternative/community media and practice research in the moving image.
Ms Alice Dunseath
Alice works across diverse mediums ranging from video art and moving image to animation, live-action, and installations.
Professor Natalie Fenton
Natalie's research interrogates the relationship between media, democracy and social change.
Professor Marianne Franklin
Critical Internet Governance studies, ICT, Gender and Development, Popular Culture, Music, and Politics
Professor Des Freedman
Des Freedman is interested in media and power together with media policymaking, regulation and reform.
Professor Matthew Fuller
Matthew is involved in a number of projects in art, software and media ecology and has written on media theory.
Bill’s interests include the history of mass media and media representations of the Empire and its decline.
Professor Ivor Gaber
Ivor is an Emeritus Professor of Broadcast Journalism in the Department.
Becky has been a journalist since 1990, working mainly as an editor in both print and digital media.
Dr Ruth Garland
My main research project is a longitudinal study of UK government communications from 1979 to date.
Dr Vana Goblot
Vana has examined issues of television quality, cultural value and television archive in the digital, multiplatform age.
Dr Michael N Goddard
Michael researches film, contemporary television, popular music, digital screen cultures and their multiple relations
Dr Graham Harwood
Graham's work uses art as a mode of enquiry into technical objects in fields of health, war, oceans and death.
Professor Julian Henriques
My research and teaching are concerned with sound, technology, popular culture, affect theory and knowledge systems.
Dr Adrian Hillman
Dr. Hillman’s interests lie in the different elements that come into play in the construction of news.
Bruce is a writer and illustrator of children’s literature with interests in picture books and graphic novels.
Dr Feyzi Ismail
Feyzi’s research interests include social movement strategy and organising, and the links between labour, politics and global development.
Jamie McCoan is a professional film editor with over 25 years of experience.
Dr Wendy Jordan
Wendy is an experienced music and media professional with particular interests in film music and music creativity.
Professor Sarah Kember
Sarah focusses on the future of publishing, digital media, smart media, feminist science and technology studies.
Dr Gholam Khiabany
Gholam studies the relationship between citizenship, political activism and media and cultural practices.
Andrew works across the areas of illustration, animation, interactive media, photography and graphic design.
After a long career in journalism, Terry co-convenes both the MA Journalism programme, on which he has taught for more than a decade and the recently launched the BA History and Journalism programme
Ms Tassia Kobylinska
Tassia is a filmmaker who has produced and directed documentaries for a range of NGOs and INGOs worldwide.
A practising journalist and author, Ellie has written features and comment for most national newspapers, as well as consumer and business to business magazines and websites.
Linda is an award-winning broadcaster has worked in TV, radio, print and online, spending over 20 years with BBC news.
Jacob is an artist of photography, film, installation and dance, focussing on photography when encountered by bodies.
Dr Richard MacDonald
Richard is a media ethnographer who investigates infrastructure, publics and urban life.
Professor Mirca Madianou
Mirca's research examines the social uses and consequences of communication technologies in a transnational context.
Gerry is an award-winning cinematographer, photographer and visual artist with a specialist interest in pre-verbal narrative.
Professor Angela McRobbie
An elected Fellow of the Royal Society of the Arts, Angela has provided a feminist critique of the fashion industry.
Dr Akanksha Mehta
Dr Mehta is a lecturer in Gender, Sexuality, and Cultural Studies and the co-director of the Centre for Feminist Research at Goldsmiths.
Dr Liz Moor
Liz's research examines the role of communication in economic life.
Dr Rachel Moore
Rachel's research covers early film history and theory, specifically the historical and contemporary avant-garde.
Professor David Morley
David's research spans questions of media technologies constituting the 'electronic landscapes' within which we live.
Dr Jacob Mukherjee
Jacob works on social movements, political cultures and social media. He convenes MA Political Communications.
Hung specialises in digital content strategy and has worked for the BBC attracting millions of audience members.
Damian is an artist working in photography, video and installation, exhibiting work in the UK and internationally.
Philip Palmer is a creative writing practitioner with extensive experience in TV, film, novels and radio.
Oana looks at events of resistance drawing from political theory, media studies and art practices.
Professor Angela Phillips
Angela has forty years' experience as a journalist and successfully launched the local news site EastLondonLines.
Dr Daniel Rourke
Daniel is a writer and artist researching digital materiality, media arts, and (critical) posthumanism.
Richard Shannon is the Co-Convenor of the MA in Radio and Module Leader for the Producer pathway in the MA in Musical Theatre at Goldsmiths, University of London.
Malene Sheppard Skaerved
Larry Sider is the Convenor for MA Filmmaking (Sound Recording, Post-Production and Design) and has been a sound designer, recordist and film editor for over thirty years in documentary, animation and fiction filmmaking.
Dr Richard Smith
Richard explores media representations of black and Asian troops within multicultural memory and commemoration processes.
Dr Gareth Stanton
Gareth is currently working on questions of world cinema, media and politics and environmental change.
Dr Dan Strutt
A digital media theorist leading practice-based research projects in digital dance and motion-captured performance
Dr Marina Vishmidt
Informed by philosophy and art theory, I focus on questions related to labour and subjectivity in culture and politics.
Dr Milly Williamson
Milly's interest is the relationship between the media and citizenship and the means by which groups are marginalised.
Alison looks at connections between gendered intimacy and power in digital cultures, as well as how brands use discourse