Mr Leo Broadley
Position: Senior Lecturer in Graphic Design
College: College of Arts
Department: Art and Design
Subject area: Graphic Design
I am a full-time lecturer within the Visual Communication area and work with BA Hons Graphic Design, BA Hons Illustration and also BA Hons Animation students. I work with colleagues to deliver modules in Visual Studies, many areas within Graphic Design and also Professional Practice across all of these courses. I am one of four learning and teaching advisors with the Faculty and also a Personal Tutor.
Lecturer with a responsibility to deliver modules linked to Graphic Design, visual research and visual communication.
I consider myself to have a specialism in idea generation and work for competitions and live briefs, as well as many areas of Graphic Design specialist practice. My personal interests centre around image-making within the field of children's books.
I am represented by The Organisation Illustration Agency, based in London. This allows me to work on professional commissions in children's publishing and to generate my own work.
My own website leobroadley.com gives a little insight into the popular field in which I work, where colour and humour are keyand characters are often explicit and direct. These experiences feed into issues related to Professional Practice.
Children's Publishing Commissions and books (ongoing). TheLetterlab.com is a website created by myself and my colleague, Tracy Allanson-Smith (Programme leader for Graphic Design). This space is designed to house online magazines which feature our experimentation, research and discoveries. This was launched in August 2013.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy.
- BA (Hons) Illustration, Liverpool Polytechnic (JMU)
- MA Visual Communication, Birmingham (UCE)
- PGCE , Birmingham (UCE)
- CPP teaching in Higher Education, University of Derby
- Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, HEA
- Logo Design for Monsiegneur films, London UK/ 2013.
- Writing for children.
- Employability within the Creative Industries
International Design Conference: The New York Design Experience.