The Film and Television department recently welcomed a new member of staff who will be teaching across all levels of our courses in the coming academic year.
Digital artist, film maker and video designer Kim Beveridge originally worked with the Film & Television department in 2018 on the “Shift” project, a large scale multi-media theatrical event, where she liased between the National Theatre of Scotland and NCL film students to produce a series of weekly magazine style videos.
“Kim has a wealth of experience in different sectors of the creative industries that she can share with our students and also brings a much needed female perspective to the department that reflects the fairly even gender split that we have seen in our cohorts of students over the last five years.”
-Michael Grant, Film & Television Lecturer
“Kim’s art school background is a perfect fit for our department given everyone within Film & TV is either a Glasgow School of Art or Duncan of Jordanstone Arts graduate.
The industry experience she has accumulated over the last 15 years will be hugely beneficial to both staff and students within the department and her creative and innovative approach to learning will slot right into how we conduct teaching and assessment.”
-Alan Moffat, Film & Television Lecturer