Paul Craddock started out producing films at the beginning of a Ph.D. He found making films a great way to get his head around his research in eighteenth-century transplant surgery. He soon found that other students wanted films of their work too. He set up London Consortium Television, with the tagline ’thinking in film’ to explore how film could be used as a serious medium in academia. Within a couple of years, Paul was producing films for world-leading organisations such as Nature, Imperial College, London, the Science Museum, and the College of Physicians of Philadelphia.
A successful film maker and international speaker, Paul has helped some of the world’s most eminent research teams to use film in ways that enriches their work, increases their profiles, and attracts funding. He is currently writing a book on the D.O.C.S. method to help the knowledge professional to effectively use film.
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