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Mr Christopher Chadwick

Mr Christopher Chadwick

Telephone: 0151 231 8018

Biography

Christopher Chadwick is a documentary film director, filmmaker, DoP and new media producer. He is the director of Hatch, a Liverpool based creative Ltd company that specialise in digital storytelling. He is a co-director of Iron Lung, a local Community Interest Company. Christopher is a fellow of the HEA Academy and works as an academic transferring knowledge from his professional practice to the teaching and learning environment at Liverpool John Moores University. His research interests are in interactive documentary, immersive and innovative documentary storytelling, new media convergent platforms and cinematography.

Degrees

2004, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MA New Media Production

Academic appointments

Lecturer, Media Production, Liverpool John Moores University, Liverpool, 2017 - present

Postgraduate training

Post Graduate Certificate - Teaching and Learning in Higher Education, United Kingdom, Liverpool John Moores University, 2007 - 2009

Publications

Highlighted publications

Film

2018. Premier Skills - Celebrating 10 years of sharing the beautiful game with the world

2018. Racing the King Tide : 360 VR Film

2018. Racing the King Tide : Auntie’s Story

2018. Racing the King Tide : The Captain's Story

2018. Racing the King Tide : The Mother’s Story

2018. Racing the King Tide : The Fisherman’s Story

2018. Racing the King Tide : The Teacher’s Story

2018. Racing the King Tide : Islands Adapting to Sea Level Rise

2018. Racing the King Tide : The Health Worker's Story

2018. Human Rights for people living with Dementia Documentary

2018. FREIDA : Human Rights for people living with dementia

2018. Freida: Human Rights Documentary

2017. Racing the King Tide : Islands Adapting to Sea Level Rise

2016. Premier Skills - Zakes

Exhibition

Chadwick C, Storey W, Graham J, Clift C. Premier Skills : British Council and the Premier League. Celebrating 10 years of sharing the beautiful game with the world. >Link

Engagement & Impact

Conference presentation:

How to Adapt to Sea Level Rise, Sea Level Futures Conference, National Oceanographic Centre, Oral and film presentation 02/07/2018

Using a student creative portfolio and blog for curriculum enhancement, LJMU Teaching and Learning Conference, Liverpool, Creative Student Blog / Portfolio 13/06/2018

Walking on Water, 6th GPSS-GLI Symposium, Tokyo, Japan, Oral presentation 02/03/2018

Adaptation to Sea Level Rise in Cities: Lessons from Present Examples of Land Subsidence, Proc. Of Coasts, Marine Structures and Breakwaters 2017, Liverpool, UK, Film 06/09/2017

Fellowships:

Fellow, HE Academy, https://www.heacademy.ac.uk/

Industrial connections:

Iron Lung CiC (Community Interest Company), Director, http://www.ironlung.co.uk/

Hatch, Director / Owner, http://www.thehatch.tv/

Other Professional Activity:

Symposium Presentation - Creative Approaches LJMU symposium of Arts, Health and Wellbeing 14th September 2018

Research Grants Awarded:

HFCE, Racing the King Tide - Using innovative storytelling to document adaption to sea level rise, Grant value (£): 1900, Duration of research project: 2 years

Graduate School of Frontier Science Grants, The University of Tokyo, Adaptation measures on coral islands flooded due to ground subsidence due to an earthquake –Lessons for sea level rise due to climate change, Motoharu Onuki, Miguel Esteban, Grant value (£): 800000 Yen - £5500, Duration of research project: 3 months

Teaching qualification:

Post Graduate Certificate Teaching & Learning in Higher Education