founded in 1927 
 
Angela Barron 
 
Educational Qualifications 
1996-2000 PHD candidate, Essex University, UK 
1983-1986 MA Film, American University, USA 
1972-1974 Dip LFS, London Film School, UK 
1964-1968 BA, College of Art, University of South Australia 
 
Teaching posts 
1991-1992, 1975-1976 Lecturer, Art faculty, Polytechnic University of Hong Kong 
 
Advertising industry posts Responsibilities included developing communication strategies , corporate design and branding for international clients in print and television media, film commercials, and overseeing graphic design studios 
 
1984-1989 Creative Director, Graphic Communications, Nairobi 
1983-1984 Creative Consultant, Advertising, Belfast 
1978-1983 Creative Director, Ogilvy & Mather, Hong Kong 
1968-1972 Art Director, Ogilvy Benson & Mather, Singapore 
International experience acquired with affiliated offices in London, Paris and Milan 
 
Documentary Film Wrote, produced and directed a documentary “A Sense of Place” 
1974 focusing on the West Penwith fishing, tin mining industries and post-war artists who settled in and around St Ives. 
Funded by the Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation 
 
Photographic &TV Assignments Freelance sound-recordist & photographer, assisting crew 
1979-2004 member in roving TV News & documentary team. Photographic work published in international news media and BBC news publications 
Represented by SIPA 
 
Art Exhibitions St Ives Society of Artists’ Galleries, St Ives 
2000-present Penwith Gallery, St Ives 
Cornerstone Gallery, St Ives 
Lemon Street Gallery, Truro 
Glasshouse Gallery, Truro & Penzance 
Artmill Gallery, Plymouth 
Sterts Gallery, Bodmin 
Webbs Gallery, London 
 
Member St Ives Society of Artists 
Associate Member Penwith Gallery