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Dr Daniel Maddock

Dr Daniel Maddock
Name Daniel Maddock
Position Digital Curriculum Designer
Section Faculty of Business, Education, Law and Arts
Office T446
Location Toowoomba Campus
Phone +61 7 4631 2684
Extension 2684
Email
Qualifications BMassComm USQ , GDipEd USQ , PhD Griffith
Homepage https://www.linkedin.com/in/maddockdaniel
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Dr Daniel Maddock has a background in internationally award-winning media production and a particular interest in visual and digital literacies and the use of media in pedagogical practice. Daniel is the Australian representative on the editorial panel for the world’s first academic journal about cinematography - Cinematography in Progress - and his PhD thesis on the practice of cinematography was nominated for the Chancellor’s Medal for Excellence in PhD Research at Griffith University. Daniel’s research focuses on the form of film and creative media and how it is constructed for meaning in addition to and in support of the media’s content. Daniel sees visual literacy and linguistic literacy as elements of a whole literacy and therefore advocates for a deeper understanding of non-literary forms of communication and expression. Daniel has also published internationally broadcast and award-winning television drama, internationally award-winning short-films, and nationally broadcast documentaries.


Fields of Research (FoR)

  • Cinema Studies ( 190201 )
  • Cinema Studies ( 360501 )
  • Screen And Digital Media ( 360500 )
  • Creative Arts ( 390101 )
  • Curriculum And Pedagogy ( 390100 )
  • Curriculum And Pedagogy Theory And Development ( 390102 )

Research interests
Cinema, Cinematography, Film History, Film Technology

Professional memberships
Full Member of the Australian Cinematographer's Society
Editorial Board Member of Cinematography in Progress
Editorial Board Member of Australian Art Education

Teaching experience(Tertiary)
15 Years

Research supervisor in the area of:

  • Cinema Studies ( 190201 )
  • Cinema Studies ( 360501 )
  • Screen And Digital Media ( 360500 )
  • Creative Arts ( 390101 )
  • Curriculum And Pedagogy ( 390100 )
  • Curriculum And Pedagogy Theory And Development ( 390102 )