Centre for Fine Print Research University of the West of England Centre for Fine Print Research
 

Professor Stephen Hoskins

Examination and Supervision

Current PhD Supervision:

Name: Peter McCallion

Commenced: PhD October 2012
Thesis Title: The development of methods for the reproduction of texture in digitally printed artworks.
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins, Dr Carinna Parraman, Dr Peter Walters

Name: Melissa Olen

Commenced: PhD September 2012
thesis Title:Next Generation Multi-Channel Printing
funding: Marie Curie Initial Training Network  funded project Colour Printing 7.0: Next Generation Multi-Channel Printing.
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins, Dr Carinna Parraman

Name: Katie Vaughan

Commenced:PhD September 2012
Thesis Title: Can Egyptian Paste Techniques (Faience) Be Used For 3D Printed, Solid Free-form Fabrication of Ceramics? (TBC)
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins, David Huson, Dr Peter Walters

Name: Peter Mosely

Commenced:PhD, October 2010
Thesis Title:Photographic portraiture and the meaning and crafting of ‘style’: the aesthetics and syntax of photomechanical processes for the production of continuous-tone ‘fine-prints’.
Supervisory Team:Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins, Michelle Henning

Name: Abdul Riezal Dim

Commenced: PhD November 2008
Thesis Title: Colour temperatures comparison between four season and tropical country: the enhancement of better quality film/HD video.
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins, Dr Charlotte Crofts, Barbara Hawkins

Name: Peter McCallion

Commenced: MPhil, January 2008
Thesis Title: The Introduction of a creative designer within an industrial sign shop and its effect on work processes and change management
Supervisory Team: Steve Hoskins, Peter Walters and Rob Kettell

Name: Bess Frimodig

Commenced: PhD, 10.2006
Thesis Title: An honourable practice: The artist's print as a strategy for social engagement
Supervisory Team: Richard Anderton, Sue Tate & Steve Hoskins

 

Student PhD Completions:

Name: Brendan Reid

submitted: PhD, January 2011
Thesis Title: Can current rapid prototyping technologies be used for rapid manufacture of bespoke artefacts in a broader fine art context
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Paul Thirkell & Professor Stephen Hoskins

Name: Abdul Hakim Onitolo

Completed: PhD 2009
Thesis Title: The interaction of content and visual physiognomy
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Paul Gough, Professor Stephen Hoskins & Raimi Gbadamosi


Name: Eric Crouch

Completed: PhD 2005
Thesis Title: Novel water-based carbon inks for application in screen-printed biosensors
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies John Hart, Professor Stephen Hoskins, Dave Cowell & Robin Pittson

Name: Cecilia Mandrile

Completed: PhD 2004
Thesis Title: The Translation of Fragments : A dialogue between photography and displacement in the practice of selected Latin American emigrant artists.
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Amanda Wood, Professor Stephen Hoskins& Iain Biggs.

Name: Andrew Atkinson

Completed: PhD, July 2004
Thesis Title: The Creation of Digital Photographic Fine Art Print through the Woodburytype Model
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Dr Paul Thirkell, Professor Stephen Hoskins

Name: Angela Brown

Completed: Mphil, 2004
Thesis Title: Inks for the Fine Art Printmaker: A system and methodology for the development testing and manufacture of printing inks for the Fine Art Market.
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins & Carinna Parraman

Name: Paul Thirkell

Completed:PhD 2000
Thesis Title: The integration of digital imaging techniques with 19th Century continuous tone printing processes
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins & Richard Anderton

Name: Kevin Petrie

Completed: PhD 1999
Thesis Title: Water-based ceramic transfer printing – The development and creative use of a new on-glaze screenprinting system
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins & Richard Anderton

Name: Sarah Bodman

Completed: MPhil, 1995
Thesis Title: A Study into the Creation of 20th Century, Limited Edition, Mixed-Media Artists' Books as Original Fine-Art Productions
Supervisory Team: Director of Studies Professor Stephen Hoskins& Richard Anderton

External Examination and advisory roles:

Bernard Stig Graham, PhD, Central Saint Martins College of Arts and Design, University of the Arts London 2012

PhD, University of Sunderland, 2007

PhD, Staffordshire University 2005

John Phillips, PhD, University of Brighton, 2005

PhD, University of Ulster, 2003

PhD, Camberwell College of Art and Design, 2003

MPhil, University of Swansea, 2001
 
MA Printmaking, Camberwell College of Art and Design, University of the Arts London 2008-2011

BA Colour Science, Leeds University, 2009-2013

External Advisor, Fine Art Unitisation Programme, 2002

Course Validation, Postgraduate Printmaking, London Print Studio/ University of Brighton 2001

BA Printmaking, Winchester School of Art, University of Southampton 2000-03

Internal Examination:

Calum David Roke, PhD, October 2013

Simon Mark Ruston, PhD, October 2012

Yakup Mohd Rafee, PhD, 2011

Pryoot, PhD, 2003

Sarah Bodman, MPhil, 1995