Vron Harris is a Film-maker with over twenty years of experience as a freelance Producer/Director, Director of Photography, Editor and Artist. Vron has worked on a wide range of projects in film, television, documentary and light entertainment, theatre, opera and art.
Vron's personal practice has been exhibited in galleries and online and published in both books and DVDs.
A National Film and Television School graduate in Cinematography, Vron has been an Associate Lecturer in Film and Television Production here at Middlesex University since September 2016.
Fellow of the Higher Education Academy,
Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames, Middlesex University, London
Post Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Higher Education,
Kingston University, Kingston upon Thames
Post Graduate Diploma in Screen Arts and Sciences: Cinematography,
National Film and Television School, Beaconsfield
London College of Communication, London
BA(Hons) Film, Video and Photographic Arts,
University of Westminster, London
Learning & Teaching Interests
Stillness and the Moving Image.
Research Outputs & Interests
Vron Harris’ practice is interested in the construction of film, the representation of time and the materiality of different media. There’s an interest in the possibility of using still images to create a sense of movement and moving images to create a sense of stillness.
This sense of a still image: of a moment that 'was now’ but has since past, and the possibility of the moving image to re-animate these stills into the appearance of life, allows an exploration of both the materiality and the illusion of the moving image and how these oppositions and tensions might relate and interact with one another.
RECENT SOLO EXHIBITIONS
2017 - Screenlight 2017, Creative Industries Trafford, Waterside Arts Centre
1st August - 1st September,
2015 - Waterside 10 Commission, Waterside Arts Centre,
21st June – July 27th
2018 Technology: Past and Future, Quay's Culture and the University of Salford,
9th April - 4th May, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=7USDSMMtJ2U http://quaysculture.com/2018/03/technology-past-future/