These pages outline the range of professional experience I have had encompassing photography, design, lecturing and residency work.
The majority of my professional experience has centred around a series of research projects at the University of Wales, alongside a variety of freelance projects.
Between 1999 and 2004 I worked on the award-winning series of CD-ROMs for the Visual Culture of Wales Project, based at the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies in Aberystwyth with art historian Peter Lord. Working as part of a small team my work encompassed multimedia concept and design, research, writing, photography, graphic design and illustration.
Between 2005 and 2008 I worked as an artist, researcher and designer on a three-year research project examining the visual culture of the Bible in Wales. The project was based at the Department of Theology and Religious Studies at the University of Wales, Lampeter, now Trinity St David. During this time I was primarily involved in photographic work, organising this visual material on a database, writing and producing an interactive DVD-ROM interpreting the material and designing the publicity materials and the project website.
After this I conceived the Stained Glass in Wales Project and was employed as a Research Fellow at the University of Wales Centre for Advanced Welsh and Celtic Studies in Aberystwyth. From 2009 until 2011 I was engaged part-time in the development of an online catalogue of stained glass in Wales, which was launched in June 2011.
Since 2005 I have been the webmaster for the School of Art sites at Aberystwyth University, where I am also a part-time lecturer teaching digital imaging in the Department of Education and Lifelong Learning.
As well as designing for printed material and electronic resources on each of the three research projects, I have worked for academic and commercial clients in the design of large and small books, leaflets, logos and websites. I also work as a photographer, specialising in ecclesiastical subjects, particularly stained glass and sculpture, as well as recording events such as conferences, book launches and concerts.