The Institute of Cultural and Creative Industries (iCCi) is delighted to welcome Jerome Tsui as Arts & Humanities lead, a new position providing the key point of connection between the work of iCCi and the rich and varied research and teaching offer in the Division of Arts and Humanities.
There is significant synergy between the activities of iCCi and Arts and Humanities, and Jerome will play a vital role in shaping the relationship between the two entities at an exciting time for both.
Jerome is an award-winning architect and Programme Director of Spatial Design at Kent School of Architecture and Planning, his experience lies in heritage, digital humanities and the delivery of complex digital programmes in the creative cultural industries.
He has designed and delivered a diverse range of creative and cultural projects, from his digital advisory role at the London Olympic and Paralympic Games, interactive art installations, fashion runways to international exhibitions including the Prada Transformer.
His research focuses on design thinking, human computer interaction, digital visualisation and immersive technology in the hybrid human experience.