Jeremy Diggle is Professor of Fine Art at The University College Falmouth, where he is Dean of Art and Design. A painter, photographer and digital-storyteller he has exhibited widely in the UK and abroad and has work represented in a number of museum and private collections internationally. Within his practice he has developed a focused area of interest in the narratives of memory and in particular has produced a number of works in response to the First World War, The Cold War, The Bulkan Conflicts and the Gulf War. Amongst these works are Jump Jet Burial (1987) Field Glasses (1993), Carpet Bomber (1993) Egg Victims (1994) Vision (1994) A Year and a Day (1996) On Distant Shores (2004) LZ19 (2004) and Pitch (2006). Diggle continues to develop new exhibition narratives with a forthcoming installation at the New Zealand National War Memorial (2012) and has an interest in working with other artists and writers, with a shared interest in conflict, both as a collaborator and as a curatorial facilitator. Jeremy Diggle has held a variety of leadership roles in arts education having been the Head of School at 4 Art Schools and the Director of Arts and Humanities Research at a 5th. He has worked throughout the UK, and held visiting and permanent positions in New Zealand, Norway, Holland, Belgium and the USA. Jeremy is on the research advisory board of Tate St Ives.