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LEADERSHIP AND GOVERNANCE AT PSC

PSC Governing Council and Academic Board
The Governing Council is responsible for PSC's higher education course and delivery including oversight of the PSC Academic Board. The Council provides a wealth of experience in business, academic expertise, research, photography, education policy and management.


 

JULIE MOSS

Managing Director

 

Julie has over thirty years experience in the education and training sector in Australia. During that time she has frequently represented the interests of private education and training providers at the state, national and international levels. She was a founding member of the Australian Council for Private Education and Training and served as a Board member and Chair of the National Board for a number of years. Julie is Chair of the National Education Committee of the AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography).
She is passionate about photographic education and brings this passion and experience to her leadership of PSC. She is determined to ensure that PSC provides a place where students can learn to see the world anew and be nurtured to develop and achieve their full potential.

 

JENNY HERON

Director Communications & Students, PSC Academic Board, Member and PSC Governing Council, Member

 

Jenny has been involved in senior roles in photographic education and the vocational education and training sector for over twenty years. She has extensive experience working in both community and arts education organisations in Melbourne and rural Victoria.  She has taught the contextual units at PSC, exploring the complexities of visual representation and cultural diversity and undertook a pivotal role in the development and implementation of the PSC curriculum.
Jenny has a deep interest in the diversity of human expression through place and time, cultural definitions of femininity and masculinity and changing gender roles. Her current postgraduate research involves popular culture and visual representation in the early modern period.  Jenny has a profound belief in the importance of the student experience and the transformative power of education.

 

PROFESSOR ROBIN WILLIAMS

PSC Academic Board, Chair and PSC Governing Council, Member

 

PSC Academic Board, Chair and PSC Governing Council, Member Professor Williams is a distinguished photographer with more than forty years experience in professional practice. He holds undergraduate qualifications in scientific and medical photography and Masters and PhD degrees in Medicine. He is currently a Fellow of the British Institute of Professional Photography, The Royal Photographic Society, The Biological Photographic Association of America and the Royal Society of Medicine. He has a distinguished record as an academic leader; having been a Professor of Photography for over twenty years, a Head of Department, Head of School and Dean of the Faculty of Art Design and Communication at RMIT.
He was for many years the UNESCO Professor of Communications for the Asia-Pacific region. Robin is unique in having twice been awarded for his outstanding photographic contribution to the service of medicine.

 

MICHAEL COYNE

PSC Senior Fellow, Adjunct Professor RMIT University, Honorary Lecturer Hong Kong University

 

Dr Michael Coyne has worked as a photographer for over 30 years, covering significant events in places as diverse as The Philippines, Papua New Guinea, Cambodia, Indonesia, the Middle East and Africa. His work has been featured in magazines such as: Time, Newsweek, and National Geographic. Michael's extensive work has been featured in a number of solo exhibitions around the world. He spent eight years in the Middle East documenting the rise of Islamic fundamentalism. He covered the Iranian revolution and the Iran/Iraq war, for his work he received a number of awards.
Michael has had many successful books published and three documentaries films have been produced about his life and work. In April 2003 Michael was awarded the Centenary Medal by the Australian Government for Service to Photography and in 2007 the AIPP (Australian Institute of Professional Photography) awarded him an Honorary Fellowship, the highest award for a photographer in Australia.



COURSE COORDINATORS/CONVENORS

ART
Sarina Lirosi B.Ed. Vis Arts, M.A. Fine Art

COMMERCIAL
Julie Wajs B.A. Fine Arts, M. Visual Culture

PHOTOJOURNALISM
Bill Bachman B.A. Asian Studies

DEGREE TIER 1 & 2
Sarina Lirosi B.Ed. Vis Arts, M.A. Fine Art

DEGREE TIER 3 & 4
Daniel Boetker-Smith B. A. Photojournalism  (Hons), M.A. Creative Arts

ADVANCED DIPLOMA LEVEL 1 & 2
Craig Wetjen B. A. Photo 



TEACHER & TUTORS
Rob Anderson B.A. Photo
Liliana Barbieri M.A. Fine Arts
Louisa Bufadeci B.A, B. Ed, M.A Fine Art, B.Edu
Anat Cossen Dip Photo
Elli Ioannou B.A. Photo
Nic Kocher Dip Illust Photo, M. Visual Culture
Susan Knight B.A., B.F.A. (Hons), Dip Ed
Felicity Marshall B.A. Fine Art (Hons), Dip Ed
Scott McNaughton Dip Illust Photo
Jane Poynter Dip Illust Photo, B.A., PhD (Arts)
Mauro Risch M.A. Photography
Craig Shell B.A. Fine Arts (Hons), M.A. Fine Art
Neil Stanyer B.A. Media Arts
Barry Thompson Dip Advt Des, TTCC
Michael Warnock B.A. Media Arts, B.A. Psych, B. Fine Art (Hons)
Colin Wiseman B.Sc., Dip Ed, Dip Illust Photo
Roland J Dempster B.Ed. Media, B.A. Photography, M.Comm



INFORMATION AND RESEARCH DEVELOPMENT CO-ORDINATOR/PATHWAY PROGRAM CONVENOR
Hugh Hudson B.A, Pgrad Dip, M.A, PhD

DIGITAL CENTRE PRODUCTION MANAGER
Peter Hatzipavlis B.A. Fine Arts

SECRETARY TO THE PSC GOVERNING COUNCIL & ACADEMIC BOARD
Gloria Marinovic

COORDINATOR COMMUNICATIONS & STUDENTS
Carmen Edwards

COMMUNICATIONS & STUDENTS OFFICER
Melina Rookes B.A. Communication

ADMINISTRATION & ASSESSMENT OFFICER
Celeste Medcalfe Ass Dip Interior Design

CHIEF TECHNOLOGY OFFICER
Adnan Selimanovic MCP, MCSA & ACTC

STUDIO SUPERVISOR & CREATIVE PROJECTS OFFICER
Dru Blumenshied B.Fine Arts (Photo)

RESOURCE HUB INFORMATION OFFICER
Jill Bartholomeusz Ass Dip Soc Sc.

FACILITIES & SERVICE OFFICER
Jon Swiatkowski

TECHNICAL OFFICER
Kathryn Vinella Adv. Dip. Photo

ACCOUNTANT
Chanderma Rawat B.Bus, CPA

ACCOUNTS OFFICERS
Radhika Ambati B.Com, M.Com
Mira Lu B. Com, M. App Finance

STUDIO SUPPORT
Jo Duck Adv.Dip. Photo
Doug Hayne


 

 

 

 
     
     
 

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