Research Output per year
Dr Sharon Coleclough is Senior Lecturer in Digital Film Practice. She gained her PhD from the University of Salford in 2014 with a dissertation which explored the relationships between acting and technology in cinema. Her research moves between theory and practice but focusses on the relationships between the aesthetics and storytelling of film and the technology which makes those choices possible, her most recent publication looks at the use of sound within the cinematic city. She has a special interest in sound in cinema and in computer gaming with the focus of new research directions upon differently abled gamers.
Sharon is also involved in The Laptop Tour an interdisciplinary project which she co-created in Baltimore, USA. The focus of the project is to challenge the ways in which music performance is accessed and to find new ways to create performances in a variety of spaces through filmed and live streamed events.
German Expressionist Cinema
Sound in Film and Game
The City in Cinema
American Independent Cinema
PhD, University of Salford
1 Apr 2011 → 1 May 2014
Bachelor, Staffordshire University
1 Oct 1995 → 25 May 1998
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Activities per year
Activity: External talk or presentation › Oral presentation