Senior Lecturer in Film and Television Technology, BEng, BSc, SFHEA
Paul is a senior lecturer and course leader for the BSc Film Production and Interactive Technology course at Staffordshire University. He teaches across a range of film production and film technology subjects with an emphasis on cameras and imaging technology in factual production.
Paul has a background in mechanical engineering and technology where he worked for a number of years in the automotive industry in tool and factory design for major manufacturers such as Ford, Volvo and Jaguar. Paul’s engineering background has given him a practical and efficient approach to his documentary work and research.
After engaging with video as part of the engineering production process Paul moved into broadcast production working on a range of documentaries for SKY, FOXTEL and Channel 5 along with a number of independent projects.
He spent a number of years working on crime programming for SKY dealing with contemporary and historical crimes. He is currently working with a range of colleagues on the dissemination of various archaeology, crime science, history, and heritage projects for broadcast, exhibition and new methods of delivery such as VR and AR.
- Senior Fellow HEA
- Member of Royal Television Society
- Friend of the Keswick Film Festival
- Member of Guild Of Television Camera Professionals
- Creation and dissemination of digital content included traditional video, VR and AR
- All media approaches for audience engagement with archaeology, science, history and heritage projects
- Digital camera platforms and alternative camera techniques
Graham, F and Ottey, P. (2017) Shaping Europe- The Post War Fallout.
Ottey, P. and Graham, F. (2017) The Untold Holocaust and Hitler’s Testing Ground.
Ottey, P. (2015) Britain’s Worst Crimes – Jimmy Savile.
Ottey, P. (2015) Let The Devil In.
Ottey, P. (2015) Urbex.