Jonathan is an experienced generator of ideas that intrigue
He is a versatile writer, visualizer and communicator, an educator and ‘comms person’ with considerable experience as a director, writer and producer in linear, interactive training, e-learning, conferences, online and social media in the UK and France.
Clients have included major independent production companies, broadcasters, corporates and other organisations. Names include Talkback Productions, The Royal Mail Film Unit, Renault, Land Rover, British Nuclear Fuels, Northern Electric, Yorkshire Water, NatWest Bank, M&S, Legalease and several leading international, national and regional law firms, Antenne 2, Channel 4 and The Open University Business School.
Jonathan is a graduate of the University of Oxford (Balliol College), the University of Birmingham, the University of Wolverhampton, the University of Brighton and the London School of Communication Arts.
While over 1,000 years ago when he was a King’s Guard Special (age 16) in Camelot … guarding Kenneth Moore and John Le-Mesurier.
Fig. 2. King Arthur and the Spacemen, Summer Vacation job, Alnwick Castle, 1978
Hi Jonathan, I worked on the Spaceman and King Arthur film too, not as an extra but in the wardrobe dept (In that cold damp marquee every day). I remember you, so just thought I’d say hello.
You invited me to visit your site in my OU blog.
Are you clearer on your doctoral interest now? I think you were talking about looking at the medical application.
I was hoping to use H817 as a springboard into the EdD. I’m interested in how mobile or tablets might be used by professionals such as health visitors, and family support workers doing intervention work, to access real-time (or near real-time) information and materials that support their work with parents.
I’d be very interested if you had any thoughts to share from your thinking on the medical world.
Yes, many thoughts and a volume of reading! I’d say an iPad mini and highly pertinent content to the highest possible standard. Google Dr B Price Kerfoot MD ed.M for some initial ideas.
Thanks for this – Qstream: what a fascinating site!
I’m the widowed husband of Pauline Wilson, Spencer’s daughter. I am at present trying to do a family tree for the Wilsons, and have got back to 1699 in Wigton, Cumbria.
Do you have anything that might be useful to me in this research at all?
hoping for a reply
You’ve got further back than me! All I have are one or two photos of my grandfather and Billy.