Terry Quigley is Course Director of the BSc Creative Technologies
Terry's staff profile and contact details can be found here.
Here are some details of other staff who teach on the degree.
(We also collaborate closely with other subjects at the School of Creative Arts and Technologies and students may meet a range of lecturers from other fields during the course of their studies.)
Dr Brian Bridges
Lecturer in Creative Arts/Creative Technology
Brian Bridges is an experimental composer, sound artist, electronic musician and researcher whose work spans the fields of sound installations, microtonal music, audiovisual pieces and electronic, electroacoustic and instrumental music. His work has been programmed at concerts and festivals in Europe, Asia and the Americas. He is an editor of Interference: a Journal of Audio Culture and is currently Vice-President of ISSTA: the Irish Sound, Science and Technology Association.
Brian’s main teaching areas include electroacoustic composition and sound design, perception and cognition (and how they relate to digital arts and design), interactive music and media systems and desktop audio production. He has also been known to produce electronic and industrial music and still indulges his synthesiser habit on occasion!
Terry Quigley (Course Director)
Terry has over 20 years professional experience of contemporary graphic design delivering visual communication strategies for a range of major clients.
Research interests include the application of Graphic Design Principles and Design Thinking to find meaningful solutions to problems across multiple domains such as Health Design, Teaching & Learning, Information Design and Brand. He is interested in collaborative methodologies and approaches to problem solving and often work as part of interdisciplinary teams towards developing effective frameworks which maximise the effectiveness of design related interventions. His work explores graphic and visual aesthetics, interaction design, web and screen based solutions.
Greg O'Hanlon M.Phil
Lecturer in Creative Technologies
Greg O'Hanlon has been working in content development for over 20 years. Initially in the area of music production as a studio engineer and programmer, he later shifted to Web and video production for commercial clients. His current focus is directed towards software for interactive applications.
Greg teaches across a number of subjects including audio/visual production, interaction design, software development, and user experience.