Lee is responsible for the new addition to the school of Art & Design's course portfolio - BA (Hons) Fashion Accessory Design programme. His responsibilities included the development of the curriculum and the subsequent validation of this new programme to begin 2011/12 academic year.
By developing the facilities together with a wide range of teaching and learning activities Lee has developed an new option to complement our existing range of successful creative programmes. Lee also delivers teaching on the fashion design programme with regards to 2D skills and computer aided design together with an graphics elective (visual presentation) open to a variety of creative courses.
- Luxury leather goods
- Jewellery design
- Mass customisation
- Fashion artefacts
Many of Lee's research interests are relevant to the broad field of fashion accessory products and he has contributed personal work for two publications during 2011 / 12 academic year. He is currently excited about the potential effect mass customisation could have on the production of bespoke custom-made yet mass produced accessories. Changing the role of designer into the facilitator through the development of creative online resources and therefore handing over the role of designer directly to the consumer. Lee also continues to produce work and research in the field of illustration.
Information for prospective research students
- Fashion Accessory Design
- Lost Wax Casting
- Leather Craft
- Luxury goods
- Accessories for fashion design
- Art and fashion