WORKSHOPS & EDUCATION

I have a broad range of teaching experience and have taught consistently throughout my career both at academic and vocational levels, and in industry. I have taught glassblowing in many countries.

 

FORMAL ACADEMIC TEACHING, POST GRADUATE/GRADUATE LEVELS:

University of Sunderland, UK

University of South Australia

Buckinghamshire University, UK

Tuwane University, South Africa

School of Creative Arts, Glyndwr University, Wrexham, UK

 

 

VISITING LECTURER/TUTOR:

Royal College of Art, London, UK

University for the Creative Arts, Farnham, UK

University of South Australia

Sydney College of the Arts, Australia

University of Hawaii, USA

Palomar College of Art, San Diego, USA

Jacob Kramer College of Art, Leeds, UK

 

VOCATIONAL TEACHING EXPERIENCE:

The Glass Furnace, Istanbul, Turkey

Ngwenya Glass, Swaziland

Bild Werk, Frauenau, Germany

National Glass Centre, UK

SPECIAL TEACHING PROJECTS:

Jam Factory, Adelaide, Australia
(creating Chandeliers with the Associates)

Royal Leerdam, Netherlands
(creating exhibition pieces for cutting)

Ngwenya Glass, Swaziland
The workshops at Ngwenya Glass have been a combination of teaching both students and the factory workers. They have also included in making and prototyping for Artists and Designers.

 

LINKS WITH INDUSTRY/PRODUCT DEVELOPMENT:

National Glass Centre, UK

Royal Leerdam, Netherlands

Ngwenya Glass, Swaziland

Cumbria Crystal, Ulverston, UK

The Glass Furnace, Istanbul, Turkey

I have worked in several factories both mentoring and teaching production staff and in the development of objects for production.