Jeremiah Ambrose was awarded a practice-based PhD at the University of Brighton, looking at emergent narratives and interaction aesthetics in VR and interactive 360° film. He graduated with a BA (Hons) in English, Media and Cultural Studies from Dún Laoghaire Institute of Art, Design and Technology in 2009. After this he was awarded an M.Phil in Film Theory and History and an M.Sc in Interactive Digital Media from Trinity College Dublin in 2011 and 2014.
Jeremiah also Tutors in Immersive Factual Storytelling on the MA Ethnographic and Documentary Film at University College London, is a Visiting Lecturer in Digital Culture at the University of Westminster and was previously a Lecturer on the University of Brighton’s MA in Digital Media Arts course.
Jeremiah’s research interests are practice-based, with a focus on iterative practical experimentation and theoretical considerations in the areas of:
- 360 Film/Photography
- Immersive/Interactive Media Art
- Digital Culture
- Expanded Cinema
- Experimental Film
Professional Membership, Affiliation and Consultancy
- Reset> Mar Menor – Residency 2018-2020
- AHRC-funded PhD scholarship 2015-2019
- TECHNE Consortium – Associate Member 2015-2019
- Centre for Digital Media Cultures at the University of Brighton – Associate Member 2018