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Dorothy C Le Grove

Dorothy C Le Grove

Sound Trainer

Dorothy is a sound recordist with 28 years experience of observational documentaries, drama and features.  Her 'Location Sound Recording' training course tackles all the common mistakes made in the field and teaches all the skills to acquire the best sound in difficult circumstances. Dorothy has worked all over the world in harsh environments: the jungle, glaciers, mountains, but has also found herself chosen for her softer approach to films dealing with sensitive subjects. 

Her credits include the BBC, STV, Channel 4, Channel 5, and IWC.

Guido Borelli

Professor of Urban Sociology Università del Piemonte Orientale | Social Photographer | Author of Immagini di Città, Mondadori Publisher

Gary Bratchford

Gary Bratchford

PhD candiate based at MIRIAD, Manchester Metropolitan University

At the time of writing I am currently half way through my PhD in Visual Culture based at MIRIAD (Manchester Institute for Research and Innovation in Art and Design) in the School of Art, Manchester Metropolitan University.  



This is a photograph of me, doing an interview, with my son James (a film-maker) filming.

Merilyn Childs

Associate Professor of Digital Futures, Australian Digital Futures Institute, University of Southern Queensland, Australia, PhD.

Much of my working life is devoted to creativity in digital spaces, particularly in the field of learning and teaching in Higher Education. When I find time to play I use visual studies methodology to explore the distances between textual and visual representations. I also maintain a digital archive of the visual history of women and firefighting 

Roderick Coover

Roderick Coover

IVSA Board Member

Questions of how to bridge documentary art practice and visual research drive my works as they do for many who participate in IVSA's activities. For me, computing and visualization technologies are reshaping the practices and discourse around them, and I have been exploring the changes through digital works such as Cultures in Webs, Verite to Virtual: Conversations on the Frontier of Film and Anthropology (Documentary Educational Resources) and Unknown Territories as well as through publications, such as the book Switching Codes: Thinking Through Digital Technologies In the Humanities And Arts. (Chicago).

International Visual Sociology Association

Temple University Department of Film and Media Arts

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