Graham Rawle, Writer, Artist and Senior Lecturer University of Brighton
Gaham Rawle’s ‘Lost Consonants’ series ran weekly in the Guardian for 15 years. Among his published books are The Card, Diary of an Amateur Photographer, Woman’s World and Overland. Working across illustration, design and literature, Rawle brings new conceptions in sequential design to commercial and cultural sectors, exploring, exposing and reconfiguring codes and conventions of visual narrative and the participant role of the audience. He has received international acclaim for his experimental works with collage and the cut-up narrative, his process provoking critical analysis in the national/ international press and academic circles. He now brings these insights and strategies to film-making. Rawle teaches on the MA Sequential Design/Illustration course, University of Brighton. He is Visiting Professor of Illustration at Falmouth University and Norwich University of the Arts where in 2012 he was awarded an Honorary Doctorate for services to design.