Kerry has always taught in some capacity since doing Drama workshops at an S.E.N school whilst at University, leading art workshops in schools and for the National Theatre Education department.
Kerry started teaching at Universities in 2002, teaching at Royal Holloway University of London, Lewisham College, St. Mary’s University twickenham and Goldsmiths University.
She has taught at University of the Arts London for 14 years, moving from visiting lecturer to course leader on the BA (Hons) Set Design for Screen then BA (Hons) Production Arts for Screen degrees at Wimbledon College of Arts.
Projects include: designing and making, sculpting, model making, digital model making, technical drawing, stop motion animation, research skills, production design, art direction, production buying, set dressing, storyboarding, visuals and concept art, graphics, work placements, collaborative film making, employment skills, portfolios.
- British Film Institute, Southbank, London
- Merton council- making puppets for the Lord Mayor’s Parade each year (watched by 30 million people)
- Madame Tussauds
In 2014, Kerry was recognised by the students of UAL for OUTSTANDING TEACHING at the UAL Teaching Awards.