Creativity, Design & Innovation Staff
Michael Agnew is a subject leader in printmaking whose research investigates extremes of reality/fantasy in relation to Scottish literature & history, autobiography, apocrypha and place.
Amar is a Lecturer whose research interests include energy conservation, retrofitting, CAD and virtual reality.
David Blyth is a lecturer in Contemporary Art Practice whose research inquiry addresses the practice of Taxidermy as a vehicle to deconstruct notions of skill, making, expertise and amateurism.
Andrew is a lecturer in Architecture and Architectural Technology respectively. Research interests include live project teaching, contemporary refurbishment of traditional buildings, mid-century Scandinavian architecture and community engagement with architecture.
Research is focused around issues relating to placing art in public.
Andrew Cranston is a lecturer in painting with a research interest in how painting, drawing and architectural space relates to literary fiction.
Gokay Deveci is Professor of Architecture at the Scott Sutherland School and has an international reputation for his expertise in affordable and sustainable low energy housing.
Anne Douglas is an Emeritus professor leading research into the role of the artist in public life through On the Edge research.
Senior Lecturer in Grays School of Art, Overview of Admissions and First Year curriculum
Sue Fairburn is a lecturer in design & product design. She was recently appointed Lecturer in the new Design Futures programme at Gray’s School of Art.
Present research has been in early dialogue with Aberdeen Royal Infirmary (audiology, speech therapy and radiology units) investigating the properties of water and sound as learning and educational tools for the deaf.
Charlie Hackett, Lecturer at Gray's School of Art, leads research into public health and marginalised groups while collaborating with specialists outside the arts arena.
Jim Hamlyn is a subject leader for Photographic & Electronic Media whose research interest in fine art focuses specifically on the ephemeral (water and light) within public and private space.
Richard Laing, Professor of Built Environment Visualisation at the Scott Sutherland School, has research interests in built environment visualisation, conservation, sustainable urban design & building information modelling.
Penny is a masters course leader in the Scott Sutherland School and is currently undertaking a PhD looking at the impact of ideas about environment and ecology on architectural theory.
David McClean has been Head of The Scott Sutherland School since 2006 and completed his PhD in 2009 on the subject of Architecture Education. He was appointed Professor in October 2013.
Contextual and Critical Studies, Design
Jon Pengelly is a lecturer in product design, joint subject leader for the Masters MDEs MFA course & an established member of the IDEAS Research Institute.
Huda is a part time Lecturer in Architectural Technology. Research interests are mainly focused on Computer Aided Design (CAD) and Information Technology (IT) in the conceptual phase of design processes or construction.
Jonathan is Course Leader for BSc (Hons) Architectural Technology.
Josie has extensive experience in the fashion and textile industry. Her interests lie in traditional methods of craft making and Smart Textiles
Bruce is a Lecturer in modules on both Architecture and Built Environment courses. Current research interests include low and zero carbon technologies for buildings, and sustainable development.
David is a Lecturer in Architecture whose research interests include the history & theory of architecture, contemporary Spanish architecture and 20th century parliamentary architecture.
Dr Zaman, Course Leader, BSc Construction Management and Lecturer in Urban Design at the Scott Sutherland School researches urbanism in Scottish and Asian cities. He also conducts the ‘place making with children and the community’ research project.