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Chris Hodge

Senior Lecturer

Department: Northumbria School of Design

After graduating from Kingston in 1992 with a degree in Fashion Design, I worked for a variety of British High street stores, before moving to New York where I worked in Fashion Trend Consultancy and Colour Forecasting for three years. Continuing to freelance whilst living back in London, I became a chef and landlord of a Public House before returning to study at Greenwich University completing a qualification in post 16 art and design education.

Returning to my native North East I started working on the fashion marketing programme before moving over to fashion and am now residing on the fashion communication programme, where my specialisms are fashion styling and photography, magazine editorial and concept generation, not forgetting trend development and illustration.

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Qualifications

PGCE June 30 1999


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