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Amber has designed a range of new materials and is currently developing innovative textiles with the Consultancy Practice at Kingston University.

Amber has created an App as part of her continued research and teaching practice, which helps to track online search histories. This navigational tool is informed by user journeys and has contributed to the development of innovative pedagogies and new creative practices.

Amber has developed a range of creative undergraduate and postgraduate courses at both FE and HE level,  where she has worked as a Senior Lecturer, External Examiner, Teaching & Learning Fellow, Programme Developer, BA and MA Course Leader.

Recent Course development includes MA Critical Creative Practice, which was validated in collaboration with the ICA (Institute of Contemporary Art), V&A Museum and Kingston University, London.


Amber has specific expertise in integrating theory and practice, which is a method she has developed through the design of innovative networked virtual learning environments and curriculum design frameworks at HE level.

Amber has also written a book entitled Convergence: A Creative Practice and is currently working on a second book, Convergence: Postdigital Pedagogy for Creative Higher Education which will be published shortly. 


Lamonby-Pennie, A. 2019,   Convergence: A Creative Practice, Baebus Independent Publishers, London. Book ISBN: 978-1-5272-4189-3



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