Peter Bloore is the first Senior Lecturer in Creativity at UEA and teaches undergraduate and post-graduate modules on creativity, film business, and script development. He is also a produced screenwriter and has worked extensively as a media business consultant for clients including the National Film and TV School; Prescience Film Finance; Cass Business School; Media Xchange; and a range of film production companies including Rebecca O'Brien and Ken Loach's company Sixteen Films; Stephen Woolley and Elizabeth Karlsen's Number 9 Films; and Nicole Carmen-Davis and Rebekah Gilbertson's Rainy Day Films.
Roger Hewins combines his teaching on TV production at UEA with his continuing personal practice and work as a freelance film-maker.
For the past 15 years Dr. Jamie Hakim has combined his academic career with a career as a magazine editor. This has largely taken place at Attitude magazine where he has been Front Editor (2003-2005), Deputy Editor (2005-2008) and Senior Contributing Editor (2008-present day). His journalism has appeared in publications such as The Guardian, GQ Style, The Sydney Morning Herald, The Evening Standard and Dazed and Confused. He has interviewed leading creative industry figures such as Beyonce, Amy Winehouse, James Franco, Gus Van Sant, Edmund White and Wolfgang Tillmans.