Research output per year
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Daryl is currently undertaking a PhD in Creative Practice, exploring concepts and the uses of videographic criticism as a creative filmmaking practice. He is an Associate Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
Daryl also holds the following degrees:
Masters of Arts in Film, Television and Creative Practice from the University of East Anglia.
Selected Modules: Creative Film Production, Creative Media Research. Creative Industries and Business. Big Hollywood Theory. Dissertation Title: Disrupting the Gender Bias in Domestic Abuse TV campaigns.
Bachelors degree with Honours from the University of Northampton
Selected Modules: Film Production, Television Production, Hollywood and Film Theory. External Video Production. Dissertation Title: The use of 'Poetic License' in historically based, narrative filmmaking.
Daryl has worked within both Live production and channel management. In Daryl's early career, he worked over 1000+ hours in live TV production as a Floor Manager and several hours working as an assistant producer.
Daryl then moved to broadcast operations, where he was responsible for the On-Air Management of Talking Pictures TV ( the largest European broadcaster) BARB rated. When Daryl first joined the company they only had just over 1.5 million viewers, over the space of Daryl's time with the channel, Daryl worked within a small strategic team that co-operatively built the channel to 3 million viewers. The general duties included the day to day operations between scheduling to playout. This included: Asset Segmentation from channel supplier to Playout house, break pattern management for revenue, PRS Music Management, scheduling services, EPG service, press release, promo creation and social media management.
Daryl's current research interest is within creative practice research methodologies within film and tv theory. Currently, Daryl is evaluating how practitioner-researchers actively create and reflect on filmmaking within videographic criticism as a mode of argument and analysis. In doing so, it elaborates on how we can use videographic criticism to expand our approach to film theory through creative cognition. This research, therefore, seeks to evaluate and identify auteurism through the cinematographic rather than directorial.
Daryl is also interested in Broadcasting operations research, Media as a didactic mode of knowledge transfer, from taditional broadcasting methods to online streaming sites suh as Netflix, Amazon pron to Youtube and Vimeo.
Daryl is a member of the selection panel for The Scholar's academic journal of outstanding pupil work, on behalf of The Brilliant Club.
Daryls most recent external appointment was as Lecturer of Film at Cambridge School of Visual and Performing Arts, where, Daryl designed the summer film school syllabus and end of year show.
Daryl has previously been invited to guest lecture at the University of Northampton, both assisting on the live pitch session for their external brief module. Also, guest lecturing at the Changing Futures week about career progression post-undergraduate education and, getting ahead during university.
As a graduate intern, Daryl worked as Media Producer at the University of Northampton, where, he also helped assist students across the Media and Journalism course on a one to one level. Where he would demonstrate production equipment to primarily 1st-year students, but also occasionally 2nd and 3rd-year students.
Research output: Contribution to conference › Abstract › peer-review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Book/Film/Article review
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › peer-review