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Dominic Sandiford

Video Producer

 

Role

I am a Video Producer, Photographer and Web Publisher for the Centre for the Study of Group Processes in the School of Psychology at the University of Kent.

To see examples of work I have produced, click on the drop down links below. For alternative genres of photography and videos, please refer to my personal website.

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Videos

Future Challenges for Psychological Research on Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (2017)

A conference celebrating 25 years of the Centre for the Study of Group Processes (CSGP) and 20 years of the Sage journal: Group Processes and Intergroup Relations (GPIR).

Professor Michael Hogg:

'Identity Uncertainty'

Professor John Levine:

'Minority Influence to Minority Action'

Professor Susan Fiske:

'Not Your Grandparents' Social Cognition'

Professor Dominic Abrams:

'Social Unity, Social Division?'

Stigmaphrenia (2017)

A role play example highlighting Stigmaphrenia produced for PhD student Chloe Tyler and her research group. The research is copyrighted to Farahar, C.T.T (2012) Stigmaphrenia, University of Kent, UK.

Child Refugees Welcome? Working together to meet the challenges of the Immigration Acts (2016)

I was asked by the Kent Law School to capture the "Child Refugees Welcome?" conference, which featured a number of guest speakers within the field and a keynote address from Lord Alfred Dubs. The event was jointly sponsored by the Migrant and Refugee Children's Legal Unit (MiCLU) at the Islington Law Centre and the Kent Law Clinic at the University of Kent.

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Sheona York

Reader in Law and Immigration Solicitor

Kent Law Clinic

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Bajeet Sandhu

Director of Migrant and Refugee Children's Legal Unit

Islington Law Centre

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Jennifer Ang

Legal Education Officer (MiCLU)

Islington Law Centre

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Catriona MacSween

Service Manager

Scottish Guardianship Service

 

 

 

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Dr Ana Draper

Consultant Systemic Psychotherapist

UASC Health Project

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Shu Shin Luh

Barrister

Garden Court Chambers

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Dr Zoe Given-Wilson

Clinical Psychologist

Centre for the Study of Emotion and Law

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Baljeet Sandhu

Director of Migrant and Refugee Chilren's Legal Unit

Islington Law Centre

 

 

 

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Dr Kathryn Cronin

Barrister and Joint Head of Chambers

Garden Court Chambers

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Daniel Rourke

Solicitor, The Migrants' Law Project

Islington Law Centre

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Polly Brendon

Solicitor

Public Law Project

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Questions and Answers

 

 

 

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Lord Alfred Dubs

Member

The House of Lords

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George Gabriel

Lead Organiser

Citizens UK

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Final Questions,

Answers and

Thanks

 

 

3MT ESRC presentation (2016)

I produced this competition winning video for PhD student Chloe Tyler: "Experiential Intergroup Contact: Reducing mental health stigma"

Joseph Uscinski Conspiracy Theories talk (2016)

I produced this video for Professor Karen Douglas who was visited by guest speaker Joseph Uscinski, Associate Professor of the Department of Political Science at the University of Miami.

 

GroupLab Discussion: EU referendum (2016)

Professor Dominic Abrams and his GroupLab members discuss the EU referendum.

SAGE Publication (2015)

I produced this video for Dr Emma Alleyne on behalf of SAGE Publications to publicise her Special Issue of the Journal: Group Processes and Intergroup Relations: - "Denying humanness to victims: How gang members justify violent behavior." It was authored by: Dr Emma Alleyne, Isabel Fernandes, and Elizabeth Pritchard from the School of Psychology at the University of Kent, and guest edited by Dr Jane Wood and Professor Howie Giles

Equality and Diversity talk (2015)

Head of School Dr Georgina Randsley de Moura presented her talk on: - The Case for Equality and Diversity: "What does Psychology (at Kent) contribute to the debate" during the University of Kent's Equality week.

School of Psychology 50th Alumni Event (2015)

Head of School Dr Georgina Randsley de Moura provides a brief introduction on the School of Psychology during the 50th Alumni celebrations.

Change, Resistance, and Collective Action in Southern Italy. A Multidisciplinary Symposium (2015)

I filmed, edited and produced videos for Dr Giovanni Travaglino on behalf of the Interdisciplinary Network for Social Protest Research Symposium event: "Change, Resistance, and Collective Action in Southern Italy." The full playlist featuring all 11 videos in sequence can be found directly below. Alternatively, see the individual videos displayed underneath.

 

Panel 1: Divisions New and Old? Re-interrogating the Southern Question

[1] Professor James Newell (University of Salford):

'To What Extent is There Still a Southern Question in Italy?'

[2] Professor John A Davis (University of Connecticut):

'Beyond the "Passive Revolution" - Re-reading

Gramsci on the Southern Question' 

[3] Professor Iain Chambers (Universita L'Orientale):

'The Southern Question... Again?

[4] Panel 1

Questions and Answers

 

 

Panel 2: Silence, Grey Areas and Black Holes: Criminal Organisations in the South

[5] Dr Felia Allum (University of Bath):

'Enablers, Sponsors and Helpers:

The Hidden Face of Italian Mafias'

[6] Dr Giovanni A. Travaglino (University of Kent):

'Culture, Passivity, and Resistance:

Towards a Social Psychology of Omerta'

[7] Dr Maria Ridda (University of Kent):

'The City of the Dead: Naples, Criminality and the South'

[8] Panel 2

Questions and Answers

 

 

Panel 3: A State Based on Work (and Health)? The South in Toil and Sickness

[9] Professor Victoria Goddard (Goldsmiths University):

'Gender, Generation and Enduring

Precarities in the Global South'

[10] Dr Saverio Stranges (Luxembourg Institute of Health):

'Italy's Southern Question: Impact on Health

Outcomes and Wellbeing, a Public Health Perspective'

[11] Panel 3

Questions and Answers

School of Psychology Postgraduate Master Course (2015)

Departmental Psychology with Dr David Williams Organisational Psychology with Dr Ana Leite

School of Psychology Staff Introductory (2015)

This was a project I set up and managed to help promote members of staff within the School of Psychology to prospective students and a wider audience.

Dr Hannah Swift Professor Theresa Gannon
Professor Dominic Abrams Dr Emma Alleyne
Dr Afroditi Pina Dr Jane Wood
Dr Eduardo Vasquez Dr Caoilte Ó Ciardha
Dr Joseph Brooks Dr Carola Leicht
Nichola Tyler  
 
 
 

Dominic was very professional and the whole process was very well organized and easy for me as a subject. The result has turned out very well and Dominic was very flexible in accommodating my goals for the video.

Dr Joseph Brooks

Dominic was extremely easy to work with. He was patient and professional and produced a final product that I am entirely happy with.

Dr Caoilte O Ciardha

Dominic was a professional during the filming, made me feel at ease, listened to my feedback and generally made the experience very comfortable. I was very pleased with the result

Dr Afroditi Pina

I think the work was carried out in a professional, yet very friendly manner. You were patient and supportive, while at the same time, you made recommendations that were helpful.

Dr Eduardo Vasquez

Dominic's approach to the video was extremely professional and really helped to put me at ease. He was patient when I didn't get things right first time and was sensitive to how I wanted the finished video to look. I'm very pleased with the video he produced on my behalf – it is an excellent and accurate representation of what I wanted to get across to the audience.

Dr Jane Wood

Social Exclusion of Children Editorial (2014)

I travelled to London to film Professor Dominic Abrams and Professor Melanie Killen on behalf of The Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues. The video is a discussion of their editorial of the Social Exclusion of Children: Journal of Social Issues 2014 (70,1).

Dominic is a superb producer - with almost no opportunity for preparation, no rehearsal, very little time, and in very difficult technical conditions he filmed, then edited and produced a blog involving a conversation between Prof Melanie Killen (University of Maryland) and me, for a special issue of the Journal of Social Issues. Both the Society for the Psychological Study of Social Issues, and Wiley publishers promoted this through their websites and Youtube. Melanie Killen and I are extremely grateful for his excellent work

Professor Dominic Abrams

Interdisciplinary Conference on Social Protest (2014)

The conference videos were produced for Giovanni Travaglino and Abigail Player on behalf of the Interdisciplinary Network for Social Protest Research. Within the videos I embedded the speakers Power Point presentations to help viewers feel engaged with the talks. Professor Bert Klandermans presented 'We are the people!' and Professor Jane Willis presented 'The living wage movement in the UK'.

Professor Bert Klandermans Professor Jane Willis

Dominic is one of the most talented and skilful video makers I have had the opportunity of working with. I was really impressed with his approach, knowledgeability, and care for details. He took responsibility for the entire video making process during the 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference on Social Protest (University of Kent), advised on the best methods and video recording strategies, implemented them smartly, and delivered an excellent final product in a timely manner. I have received many positive feedbacks on the videos from scholars who could not attend the conference. I look forward to working with him again.

Giovanni A. Travaglino

 

Photography

School of Psychology Equality Diversity and Inclusivity (EDI) Project Mentoring workshop (2015)

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Leadership and Diversity in Organisations Lab Group (2015)

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Lab Group: Leadership and Diversity in Organisations

Dr Georgina Randsley de Moura: Senior Lecturer and Head of School

Dr Carola Leicht: Research Associate

Dr Ana Leite: Lecturer in Social Psychology

Fatima Tresh: MSc Student

Christie Marsh: 2nd year Placement Student

Catarina Morais: PhD Student

Abbie Cornelius and Kirsti Muir: Final Year Project Students

Leadership and Diversity in Organisations poster

School of Psychology 50th Alumni Event (2015)

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The School of Psychology: Past, Present, and Future at the 50th Festival Alumni Event

Introduction from Head of School Dr Georgina Randsley de Moura

Welcome talk provided by Deputy Head of School Dr David Wilkinson

Former and current staff engage in conversation after the talk

Professor Geoffrey Stephenson

Dr Giovanni A. Travaglino, Anamaria Buescu, and Psychology Phd Students welcoming visitors

Man, woman and child reading the Anne Frank display

A large group of people reading the Anne Frank display

Two women reading the Anne Frank display

The Kent Adult Research Unit and The Centre for the Study of Group Processes

Dr Hannah Swift from the Kent Adult Research Unit

Dr Joseph Brooks demonstrating lab equipment with Emma Denby

Dr Joseph Brooks demonstrating lab equipment used for TMS - Transcranial Magnetic Stimulation - Relationships between brain activitiy and behaviour

Philip Ulrich demonstrating EEG - Looking at electrical activity in the brain

A happy EEG volunteer

Close up of the syringe being injected

BioPac - EMG and SCR - Measuring Feelings and Emotions with Electric Signals

KCDU - Kent Child Development Unit resources

KCDU - Kent Child Development Unit tracking eye movement

VR - Virtual Reality Lab in practice

Ostracism - O Train demonstration

Observation lab of a social environment

Volunteers from the day enjoying a refreshment break

Change, Resistance, and Collective Action in Southern Italy. A Multidisciplinary Symposium (2015)

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'Change, Reistance, and Collective Action in Southern Italy. A Multidisciplinary Symposium.' Organised by Giovanni A. Travaglino, Maria Ridda, Benjamin Abrams

Professor James Newell (University of Salford): 'To What Extent is There Still a Southern Question in Italy?'

Professor John A. Davis (University of Connecticut): 'Beyond the Passive Revolution - re-reading Gramsci on the Southern Question'

Professor Iain Chambers (Università L'Orientale, Napoli): 'The Southern Question... Again?'

Professor John A. Davis responding to questions from the audience

Professor James Newell responding to questions from the audience

Dr Felia Allum (University of Bath): 'Enablers, Sponsors and Helpers: The Hidden Face of Italian Manfias'

Dr Felia Allum

'Change, Resistance, and Collective Action in Southern Italy. A Multidisciplinary Symposium.' Organised by Giovanni A. Travaglino, Maria Ridda, Benjamin Abrams

Dr Giovanni A. Travaglino (University of Kent) 'Culture, Passivitiy, and Ressistance: Towards a Social Psychology of Omertà'

Dr Maria Ridda (University of Kent): 'The City of the Dead: Naples, Criminality and the South'

Dr Maria Ridda

Professor John A. Davis asking questions

Dr Felia Allum responding

Dr Saverio Stranges asking questions

Dr Giovanni A. Travaglino responding

Professor Victoria Goddard (Goldsmiths University): 'Gender, Generation and Enduring Precarities in the Global South'

Professor Iain Chambers asking questions

Professor Victoria Goddard responding

Dr Giovanni A. Travaglino

Dr Saverio Stranges responding

Dr Saverio Stranges (Luxembourg Institute of Health): 'Italy's Southern Question: Impact on Health Outcomes and Wellbeing, a Public Health Perspective'

Luigi Russi asking questions

Dr Saverio Stranges responding

Professor John A. Davis asking questions

Dr Saverio Stranges responding

Event participants enjoying refreshment

Dr Giovanni A. Travaglino leading the closing discussion to the event

Professor Norbert Kerr Farewell (2015)

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Professor Norbert Kerr presenting his final lecture for the School of Psychology

Professor Norbert Kerr presenting his final lecture to colleagues and students

People enjoying refreshments in the Keynes foyer after Professor Norbert Kerr's lecture

Professor Norbert Kerr and Professor Geoffrey Stephenson

Dr Tim Hopthrow and Professor Dominic Abrams

Dr Eduardo Vasquez, Dr Georgina Randsley de Moura and Professor Diane Houston

Professor Norbert Kerr and Stine Lokkeberg

Professor Dominic Abrams and Professor Norbert Kerr

Professor Verlin Hinsz and Professor Norbert Kerr

Lizanne Allcock and Professor Norbert Kerr

Anne Frank Trust display (2014)

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A group of people given a tour of the Anne Frank display

A group of people reading through the Anne Frank display

A group of people listening to the tour guide at the Anne Frank display

Two people captivated by the Anne Frank display

Dr Lindsey Cameron's summer conference attendees (2014)

Dr Lindsey Cameron and summer conference attendees

Interdisciplinary Conference on Social Protest (2014)

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Professor Bert Klandermans leading his conference talk 'We are the people!'

Professor Jane Wills presenting the 'The living wage movement in the UK'

Dr Giovanni Travaglino presenting 'What Predicts Lack of Opposition against Criminal Organizations in Italy?'

Dr Giovanni Travaglino answering questions at the 2nd Interdisciplinary Conference on Social Protest

 

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Last Updated: 30/04/2018