By Day / By Night — Jordan Browne, Media Design School

Welcome to 2015’s By Day/By Night series where we celebrate our teachers, and pay tribute to those that nurture, motivate and inspire us.
Through this series we will take a little time to get to know a handful of the teachers in our design schools. Who are they? What are their experiences? What can they offer today’s students? Where does their own creativity lie?
Second up we meet Jordan Browne, Senior Lecturer at Media Design School.

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