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Neil Bryant

Senior Lecturer

Neil Bryant


Neil has worked in the field of Creative & Digital Technologies for over twenty years and has taught on a range of modules from Film and Media to Fine Art, Neil is a practicing artist and researcher and has had his work shown both nationally and internationally, including; The London Group Centenary Open, NOW&AFTER Festival at the  Moscow Museum of Modern Art and received an excellence award from the Japan Media Arts Festival, and has recently contributed to a Welcome Trust Arts Awards for a collaborative project between artists and musculoskeletal physiotherapy specialists.

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Chubb, S., Bryant, N., Moore, A. and Saber-Sheikh, K. (2016) Significant Walks: Synthesizing Qualitative and Quantitative Reflections on Movement and Place. In: American Anthropological Association - Evidence Accident Discovery - 115th Annual Meeting, 16th - 20th November 2016, Minneapolis Convention Centre. (Unpublished)

Chubb, S., Bryant, N., Moore, A. and Saber-Sheikh, K. (2016) "Significant Walks" : Visualising Well-Being, Articulations of the Data and Experience of Chronic Low Back Pain. In: Well Being 2016, Third International Conference, 5th-6th September 2016, Birmingham City University.

Chubb, S., Bryant, N., Moore, A. and Saber-Sheikh, K. (2014) Significant Walks. In: On Walking - An International, multidisciplinary conference, 26th - 29th June 2013, University of Sunderland.

Other department members

Aisha Taylor-Samson
Apprentice Department Administrator
Alan Green
Lecturer for Audio Production & Music Technologies
Alan Stewart
Alan Stewart
Programme Coordinator: Games Design & Development

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