Lincoln School of Film & Media
College of Arts
Dominique has taught media production on the Lincoln School of Media’s undergraduate and postgraduate programmes since 2009. Prior to this Dominique worked as a producer in the commercial film industry in London and also as an independent filmmaker, producing work in a range of genres, such as TV commercials, pop promos, fiction and documentary. Her 2010 documentary film exploring money in football was presented by former England manager Graham Taylor. In 2014 she produced a short fiction film, ‘The Forecast’, which premiered at BAFTA qualifying London Film Festival in January 2015. In summer 2015 she worked as 1st AD and co-producer on ‘The Empty Throne’ which won Best Multimedia Award at the 2016 BUFVC Awards at the BFI Southbank. She is currently working as producer on her latest film, ‘The Knock’ which is part of the iShorts programme, for Creative England and BFI. The film is currently in postproduction and hoping for a late 2016 release. Dominique is currently researching in the field of mobile media technologies, exploring their influence on shaping the cultural experience of digital natives.
Module Co-ordinator Film Production Projects Director/Course Leader - Film Production Summer School Principal Year Tutor - Level 2 Personal Tutor
Film Production. Directing and Producing.
Gender and representation in visual media