Key Teaching Staff
Harriet CoxSchool: London College of Communication
Field of Teaching: Film and Television
Major Achievements: Harriet was the Head of Cinematography at London Film School from 2001 to 2017.
As a cinematographer educator, she taught on the LFS MA Filmmaking, a programe educating students across the range of filmmaking skills. She delivered outreach for 14 year-olds and professional one-year craft extension programmes and supervised the cinematography practice for the Exeter University-LFS co-supervision doctoral programme. Harriet has been an advisor on assimilating digital theories and work practices into the curriculum, presenting Teaching Cinematography into the Digital Age: Film and Media Schools in the Digital Revolution at the New Skills for Old Jobs conference (Budapest, 2011) and a speaker on the panels Creativity through Discipline in Digital film making (BSC 2016) and Women in Cinematography [Cinefest,Bristol, 2015]. Harriet joined the Screen School, LCC in 2018.
Selected credits as camera operator on award winning features: Distant Voices Still Lives (Terence Davies, BFI 1986), The Long Day Closes (Terence Davies, BFI 1986) and as director of photography on awardwinning Krush (Pratihba Palmer, 1986).
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