I have over 23 years experience of lecturing in marketing communications and consumer culture, following experience in financial services and the motor trade, and first taught digital marketing in 1998.
I was previously a Teaching Fellow in the Centre of Excellence for Media Practice at Bournemouth Media School where amongst other things, I was involved with innovations in online course delivery.
Whilst at Bournemouth I also helped set up the Creative Enterprise Bureau, a unique staff/student collaborative consultancy working for clients such as ITV, Channel 4, Toyota and Samsung. I maintain an active interest in consultancy work, especially in synthesising and translating academic research for practitioners.
My research interests include all areas of consumer culture, but especially emerging consumer practices related to technology, in non-Western contexts, and related to ethical consumption. I am also interested in the relationship between marketing practices and corporate responsibilities.
Marketing Communications: Digital, Social and Integrated
The module considers a variety of marketing communications theories and practices to equip students with the knowledge and skill to develop and communicate an effective marketing communications plan....
Understanding customers, whether in consumer or business-to-business is at the heart of the marketing discipline. This module uses contributing social sciences such as psychology, sociology and economics to understand the...
- Digital Consumption
- Critical Marketing
- Consumer Cultures