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Richard Morrison – Visiting Fellow

Richard Morrison is a graphic designer, director/producer, feature film narrative consultant, photographer and motivational speaker/lecturer. Mentored by Maurice Binder, the mastermind behind the opening sequences for many of the early James Bond movies, creative director Richard is a specialist in the creation of film and TV title sequences and channel branding.

9. Richard has worked on more than 150 motion pictures, from cult to award winning blockbusters, including Batman, Quadrophenia, Welcome to the Punch, Sweeney Todd, HBO’s 2014 Emmy award nominee Muhammad Ali’s Greatest Fight, and the up-coming Jupiter Ascending. He has become a partner of choice for directors like Tim Burton, Ridley Scott, Eran Creevy, Hossein Amini, Morgan Spurlock, Stephen Frears and The Wachowski’s.

He has also designed branding identities and interstitials for leading companies and broadcasters across the world such as Ealing Studios, Between the Eyes, Hatrick Productions and Daybreak Pictures, as well as TV2 Norway, MNet South Africa, BBC Scotland and Ulster Television (UTV).

Richard is an author, lecturer, and photographer. In 2009 he was appointed Honorary Professor of Digital Film School of Media Arts and Imaging at the University of Dundee, Scotland; in 2002 became Chairman of Europe’s leading film and animation conference, Pencil to Pixel; and 2001, he published the photographic work CUT to critical acclaim.

Richard has an impressive IMDB

Pete Doherty – Visiting Fellow

Pete Doherty is an Associate Producer at the BBC.  He is also a studio Director and OB Director for BBC South.  Pete is also a BBC trained Floor Manager and Video Journalist.  He runs his own company Doherty Associates’ Many of our Television Degree students have had work experience with Pete on Children in Need and through Doherty Associates.  For the past two years Pete has been involved as an interviewer on Solentpost Day.   He  gives up his time for free to do this and to come in and look at students work and give feedback.  For the past two years he has provided feedback to 3rd year Television Production students on their Final Major Project and helping them through his many industry contacts to get professional voice over artists and actors. He is a very strong supporter of the Television Degrees and Southampton Solent University.


Pete Doherty has worked on a variety of Broadcast and Corporate programs. Over the years he has won several awards.

1995 “Highly Commended” for Arts Journalist of the Year in the BT Southern Press Awards.

2003  Royal Television Society Award for Best Non-Broadcast Production – The Streetwise Guide to Higher Education.

2005   Royal Television Society Award for Best Non-Broadcast production  – Backfire.

2011   Christian Broadcasting Council, Best Newcomer for Andy Serkis , Playing Screwtape, Sky Arts.

2012    Royal Television Society Award for Best Location Director – BBC South Today.

2016    New York Radio Awards for Best Documentary – Somebody Did it Better, the lost songs of the James Bond films.