London Metropolitan University staff are one of our finest assets. Supporting our students to success, offering superior service and going the extra mile is in our nature.
If you're considering studying at London Met you can use these pages to find out about staff members who may be teaching you on your course. If you're a member of the press, event organiser or fellow academic, you can find out what our staff may be available for and how to contact them.
Dr Trushar Adatia
Head of the School of Human Sciences
Trushar Adatia has almost 25 years of experience across research, teaching and academic management.
Staff from The CassView all
Course Leader for MA History, Theory and Interpretation of Architecture
Course Leader MA Architectural Histories, Theories and Interpretation, Postgraduate coordinator (RIBA part 2) History and Theory, Teaches on Architecture BA (Hons) (RIBA part 1).
Senior lecturer, History and Theory of Architecture
Coordinates Critical and Contextual Studies (BA), MA Architectural Histories, Theories and Interpretations. Professional Diploma in Architecture – RIBA2 and Architecture BA.
Edwina Attlee is a writer and researcher who teaches Critical and Contextual Studies in Architecture and Interiors at The Cass.
Dr Matthew Barac
Dr Matthew Barac is a chartered architect with a background in professional practice.
Course leader for Professional Diploma in Architecture (RIBA Part 2) (now Architecture RIBA 2 MArch) and Architecture MA.
Architecture Studio 7 Tutor
Has taught as a Diploma Tutor at Cambridge University School of Architecture, and is currently a Senior Lecturer in Theory and Design at The Cass School of Art and Architecture.
Projects Coordinator, Cass Projects
Teaching in 3D studio Harvest (Furniture and Product Design) with Peter Marigold and Christopher Emmett.
Kelvin J. Birk
Jewellery as well as larger objects, mainly in silver and gold and crushed gemstones
Trained as a Gold and Silversmith in Germany and England and set up a studio in London in 1998.
Teaches on the BA (Hons) Textile Design and BA (Hons) Jewellery and Silversmithing courses
Twenty five years of experience has enabled him to accumulate knowledge from technology research, film, TV, theatre and computer games production, academia, luxury and fashion.
Head of Cass Works
Worked at number of management levels in the development and production of bespoke products and the delivery of services and training centered on the creative industries.
Jos Boys is a Visiting Professor for The Cass.
Dr Jos Boys is an independent scholar, who trained originally in architecture. She is co-founder and director of The Dis/Ordinary Architecture Project.
Professor Mark Brearley
Associate Professor and Head of Cass Cities
Architect who has concentrated for twenty-six years on urban projects and nurturing the evolution of places.
Lee Brodhurst-Hooper as part of the teaching team for Photography undergraduate course.
Lee Brodhurst-Hooper photographic work is centred around human behaviour and identity.
First Year Tutor
Teaches on BA (Hons) Architecture and BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design.
Dr Luisa Brotas
Course Leader for MSc Architecture Energy and Sustainability course and Co-director of LEARN
Successfully led MSc thesis supervision of 64 students and have returned 100% completion of MSc awards.
Teaches on the Algorithmic Design Techniques with Grasshopper short course
Andrea Bugli is a London based Architect and Computational Designer with a degree in Building Engineering/Architecture from University of Bologna (Italy).
Senior Lecturer teaching in to BA (Hons) Fine Art and MA Fine Art
British artist who trained at Manchester Metropolitan and Maastricht.
James Russell Cant
Teaches Photography BA (Hons)
James Russell Cant is a photographer and film maker.
School of Architecture
Teaches on BA (Hons) Architecture RIBA Part 1, CCS, Professional Diploma in Architecture RIBA Part 2.
PhD Candidate (supervisors: Chris Smith, Linden Reilly, Dr. Mathew Philip)
Started her career in 1986 as a painter, sculptor, architectural decorator, restorer, set designer and product designer.
Received a bachelor's of Architecture degree from the Cooper Union for the Advancement of Science and Art, a master's in Design Studies in the history and theory of architecture from Harvard University and studied economics and political economy at the Graduate Faculty at the New School for Social Research.
Co-Director of ARU
Teaches on Professional Diploma in Architecture - RIBA Parts 1 and 2.
Dr Jane Clossick
Dr Jane Clossick worked at architectural practices in London and Manchester before studying her PhD and lecturing at London Met.
Teaches BA (Hons) Photography and MA Photography
Ania Dabrowska is an award-winning artist working in photography, moving image, installation, text and sound.
Emma is a senior lecturer with The Cass.
Emma teaches on Critical and Contextual Studies.
Karen David’s multi-disciplinary practice examines themes and notions of mysticism with direct reference to consumerism and the domestic.
Karen David is a London-based artist, writer, curator and lecturer, who graduated with an MA in Fine Art at Wimbledon College of Arts in 2012.
Deputy Head of the School of Architecture
Sandra Denicke-Polcher has been Deputy Head of the School of Architecture since 2013 and has been teaching the Live Projects Studio 3 at London Metropolitan University since 2000.
Alpa is a practising architect and artist with a long-standing interest in the public realm and place making.
Studio tutor for Architecture BA (Hons)
Has spent much of his time establishing and teaching courses at several universities including Oxford Brookes, UCL and the Camborne School of Mines.
Head of Design
His ten years of experience in Japan shaped much of his thinking and approach to design.
Teaches on the BA (Hons) Fine Art
Deej Fabyc is a British artist with Australian citizenship, who has a MFA from the University of New South Wales.
Peter is a senior lecturer for the Fine Art BA with The Sir John Cass School of Art, Architecture and Design.
Head of Cass 3D and course leader for Jewellery and Silversmithing BA (Hons), and Fashion Accessories and Jewellery BA (Hons).
Developed an international reputation as a designer and maker of timepieces from the smallest wristwatch to huge pieces for town centres and public buildings.
Qualified as an architect in 1990 following the completion of his studies at the University of Cambridge.
Senior Technician - Ceramics
Member of the Institute of Materials, Minerals and Mining, (MIMMM) and also a Member of the Craft Potters Association.
Teaches Photography BA (Hons)
David George currently lives in London and lectures in fine art photography at several universities and runs master classes on available light and alternate/archival photography throughout the UK.
Nina Gerada is an artist and designer who lives and works in London and Malta.
Tutor on the Architecture and Interior Design Extended Degree and First Year Architecture Design.
Lecturer on Diploma Architecture (Part II), Unit 7 Tutor
He undertakes commissioned work, collaborating with architects, artists and art institutions.
Teaches on the BA (Hons) Interior Design and BA (Hons) Interior Architecture and Design
Kevin Haley is a director and co-founder of aberrant architecture, a multi-disciplinary design studio and think tank.
Leads Dissertation Studio 22: Meaningful work
Paul Harper combines writing, teaching, research and consultancy in the visual arts and crafts.
Teaches on BA (Hons) Interior Design
Karl Harris completed a BSc (Hons) in Engineering Product Design at the University of the South Bank in 1988.
Coordinator of Critical Contextual Studies (Art and Photography)
Andrew Hewish is a contemporary artist and curator in London, who works in a variety of media.
Teaches on BA (Hons) Architecture, First Year Tutor
Thomas graduated from the Bartlett with a Master's in Architecture followed by a Postgraduate Diploma in Professional Practice and Management.
Andy joined the university in 1979 with a background in furniture manufacturing and restoration.
Teaches on Restoration and Conservation short courses
As a young man John was involved in the Antiquities businesses of his local town and spent a considerable amount of time around auction houses and galleries.
Emeritus Reader in Architecture
Architect Dr Frances Holliss has been a member of staff at the School of Architecture at London Metropolitan University since 1988.
Christopher Holt has been making theatre for over thirty years and works as a professional actor/singer/director and voice and singing coach.
Tutor on the Architecture and Interior Design Extended Degree
Luke is a partner at Mill & Jones, an architecture and design practice working on small projects across architecture, making, illustration and branding.
Technician supporting 3D Design and Manufacturing Technologies
Anatol Just is a 3D Digital Designer.
Teaches Photography BA (Hons)
Yiannis Katsaris is a photographer and lighting designer.
John Keefe has worked as a lecturer in theatre-performance-film, a theatre director and a performance dramaturg since 1979.
Leads RIBA Part 3 at The Cass.
Mary Kelly is an architect, self-builder and teacher and leads RIBA Part 3 at The Cass.
Senior lecturer and undergraduate Architecture studio tutor
Torange Khonsari obtained her professional Diploma at the Architectural Association School of Architecture in London, July 1998.
Staff from the Guildhall School of Business and LawView all
Staff from the School of Computing and Digital MediaView all
Senior lecturer and course leader for Business Information Technology BSc (Hons) and Business Computer Systems (Top-up) BSc
Dr Jeremy Collins
Senior lecturer and Critical and Contextual Studies co-ordinator for Film and Broadcast Production BA (Hons)
Dr Quan Dang
Academic leader, Undergraduate recruitment coordinator
Phone: +44 (0)20 7133 4572Email: email@example.com
Professor Hassan Kazemian, PhD, FBCS, FIET, SMIEEE, CEng, MINNS.
Hassan Kazemian is full Professor and Director of Intelligent Systems Research Centre at London Met.
Professor Edward Kissin
Professor of Mathematics, StORM (Statistics, Operational Research and Mathematics) research centre
Professor Karim Ouazzane
Professor of Computing and Knowledge Exchange, Director of Research and Enterprise and University KTP Director
Dr Preeti Patel
Head of Computer Science and Applied Computing
Phone: +44 (0)20 7133 3689Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Dr Elaine Thomazi Freitas
Course leader and senior lecturer for Music Technology and Production BSc (Hons)
Dr Luke Tredinnick
Senior Lecturer in information management and Course Leader for Media and Communications BSc
Head of the School of Computing and Digital Media
With qualifications across Maths, Physics and Computing, Dr Stan Zakrzewski is a highly experienced educator with a passion for teaching.
Staff from the School of Human SciencesView all
Dr Trushar Adatia
Head of the School of Human Sciences
Dr Trushar Adatia has almost 25 years of experience across research, teaching and academic management.
Dr Bruno Cesar da Silva Sil dos Santos
Lecturer in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Pharmaceutical Science and Pharmacology)
Dr Kevin Devine
Senior lecturer in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences, and cluster recruitment coordinator
Dr Bhaven Patel
Lecturer in Chemical and Pharmaceutical Sciences (Organic and Pharmaceutical Chemistry)
Lecturer in Health Sciences (Sports Therapy) and Sports Injury and Fitness Clinical Coordinator
Staff from the School of Social ProfessionsView all
Head of the School of Social Professions
As a former secondary school teacher and now a trainer of teachers herself, Suzanne Burley knows much about the London education landscape.
Honorary Reader in Child Protection
Liz Davies' consultation information, qualifications and contact details.
Staff from the School of Social SciencesView all
Course Leader for Criminology MSc as well as Policing, Security and Community Safety Prof Doc
Head of Student Experience and Academic Outcomes in the School of Social Sciences Course leader for Diplomacy and International Relations BA (Hons)
Senior Lecturer and Course Leader for Politics BA and International Relations and Politics BA.
Dr Andrew Moran
Course Leader for International Relations BA (Hons), International Relations and Law ba (Hons) and International Relations and Languages BA (Hons)
Nicola Sharp-Jeffs is a Research Fellow at London Met's Child and Women Abuse Studies Unit (CWASU)
Head of the School of Social Sciences
Jo Skinner worked in the NHS for 15 years before moving into education, bringing professional as well as academic experience to London Met.
Course Leader for Criminology and Sociology BSc (Hons), Sociology BSc (Hons) and Sociology and Social Policy BSc (Hons)