Skip to main content
Jamie Clarke

Dr Jamie Clarke
PhD

Senior Lecturer

Biography

Originally from the north west, Jamie did his undergraduate work at Sheffield in English Literature before pursuing his real passion - film and media - at postgraduate level.

He moved to Southampton to join the media team at Solent a long time ago now! He is now course leader for the Foundation Year in Media, and also teaches on BA (Hons) Media Production.

Jamie's research interests include film and media, especially the political economy of media work.

In his spare time, Jamie likes all things cinema, trying to play the piano, and getting progressively worse at yoga.

Further information

2017: Clarke, Jamie and Steyger, Tony. 'The Early Years of Disability Programming on Channel 4'. In: Helen Hughes and Catalin Brylla eds. Documentary and Disability. Palgrave Macmillan.

2015: Clarke J, Almpanis T, Hogg S, Prior J, Ritchie A. 'Learn Something New Today: Developing Students' Self-Directed Learning Capabilities Using Online Video Skills Training'. In: Proceedings of the 14th European Conference on e-Learning, eds. Cubric M, Jeffries A, ACPIL, Hatfield UK.

Taught courses

BA (Hons) Media Production

Solent’s three-year media production programme is the ideal way to sharpen your content creation skills and attain the mixed media skillset that industry employers are looking...