Academic and Professional Positions
2021-present Lecturer, Psychology Access Course, The University of Stirling
2019-2021 Subject Teacher, ‘Research methods’ INTO The University of Stirling.
2017-2019 Research Assistant, ‘Costing Good Self-Directed Support’ funded by DRILL and Scottish Government, PI Prof Kirstein Rummery, The University of Stirling.
2017-2018 Research Assistant, ‘Social Housing Enterprise Project’ Dr Steve Rolfe, The University of Stirling.
2016-2018 Project Coordinator, ‘Diabetes Scotland funded project Sustainable Health Behaviour Change’ NHS Training, University of Stirling.
2017-2018 Research Assistant, ‘Accessible Housing for young Disabled People’ Dr Diane Theakston, The University of Stirling.
2015-2016 Facilitator, ‘Improving well-being in a community context A Reflective Account’ Dr N. Bell and Dr M. Selkirk.
2015-2016 Workshop Facilitator, ‘Reflections of the East: Everything that is and has been’ Workshops in a local community group to understand the social and medical impact of attitudes towards mental illness and disability.
2012-2013 Artist, ‘Using art to explore social attitudes to invisible/visible disability A Qualitative account, funded visit in Beijing, Shanghai, Xi’an, and Tianjin’, disseminated in the Journal of Image Technology, Published by 影像技术.
2011-2011 Reviewer, ‘Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology’.
2011-2013 Artist and Researcher, ‘The inside out project funded by The University of Stirling. In collaboration with artist JR, a project was developed to raise awareness and feedback from the local community about attitudes to mental illness and/or disability’. The Edinburgh Film House Previewed the film as part of The Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival 2013.
2010-2011 Artist, ‘REVEAL Project funded by Creative Scotland’. Ten Scottish artists were invited to be photographed & interviewed about personal experiences of disability.
2011-2012 Artist and Researcher, ‘Reflection, a film funded by Stirling Council. ‘Can social attitudes and environments stigmatize and oppress minority groups’.