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Chloe Rodham

Lecturer

Department: Arts

Chloe is a lecturer in Arts, specifically in Animation. Her practice is in traditional and digital animation, reaching audiences in a wide range of contexts and platforms. She delves into the rich tradition of handcrafted animation through model making while also embracing new technology and software, blending these techniques as part of her creative process.

Chloe Rodham

Chloe is starting her research journey but her interests include traditional animation techniques, reinventing heritage, participatory arts and learning methods within creative disciplines. 

Animation BA (Hons) June 01 2010


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