Sarah Haynes is Head of Media Production.
The department is home to BA (Hons) Media Production. A programme that prepares students for a career in the Media. Graduates of the programme are flexible, confident storytellers across a range of media platforms from television, to online, mobile to big screens. Students with an understanding of the contemporary media landscape, a firm academic foundation and a raft of digital media and production skills are more able to move into a range of occupations and industries when they graduate.
The course is accredited by Creative Skillset. The Creative Skillset Tick is the quality mark identifying the courses that best prepares an individual for a career in the Creative Industries. As Creative Skillset reports, “students completing ticked degree programmes are three times more likely to be employed within the Creative Industries than students completing non-ticked degrees.” (Creative Skillset)
Sarah’s career and education spans theatre, photography, film / video production, writing and new media. Her research explores the opportunities digital technology affords for collaboration in writing fiction and the potential for new reading experiences. Sarah is currently registered on a PhD exploring participatory online fiction.
2011, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MA Writing
1998, Liverpool John Moores University, United Kingdom, MA Multimedia
Head of Media Production, Liverpool Screen School, Liverpool John Moores University, 2013 - present
Isabella Emslie, Ivan Unwin, Sarah Haynes, Mike Stubbs and Dick Powell . NORTH FACE, MOVIOLA AT THE BLUECOAT GALLERY, LIVERPOOL
Engagement & Impact
A Toolkit for Fictional World Building, Mix2017, Bath Spa University, Workshop 10/07/2017
An approach to authoring / designing an online storytelling project, The Memory Store., Storytelling and Place Symposium, The George Ewart Evans Centre for Storytelling, University of South Wales, Cardiff, Oral presentation 21/04/2017
The Memory Store, Building Reader Communities., The writer as catalyst and collaborator, Creative Conversations, Greenwich University, Oral presentation 27/04/2016
The Memory Store, Mix Digital 03, Strand: The New Publishing: Multimodality and Participation, Bath Spa University, Oral presentation 03/07/2015
An approach to authoring/designing an online particpatory novel, The Memory Store, Language and Voice, Aberystwyth University, Oral presentation 13/06/2015
The Storymaking Symposium was a one day Symposium organized in collaboration with the ICC (Institute of Cultural Capital) and supported by the MeCCSA Practice Network., Conference organiser, https://storymakingblog.wordpress.com/
http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/workshop/tate-exchange/memory-store, Tate Liverpool, Sarah Haynes - The Memory Store Workshop at Tate, Liverpool
Membership of professional bodies:
Institutional Membership, Media, Communication and Cultural Studies Association, http://www.meccsa.org.uk/
PG CE in FE & HE