Sarah Dargie

Lecturer
Sarah Dargie recently joined Glasgow Caledonian as a Lecturer in Digital Design. Sarah integrates a background of animation with architectural skills to use visual and 3D methodologies to communicate architectural principles more effectively in the digital realm. After completing an B.Arch at the Glasgow School of Art in 2006 Sarah went on to work in architecture before returning to complete a BA(Hons) degree animation at the University of Dundee in 2011. During this time Sarah worked closely with the animation department and was one of the three founders of the award-winning D-Con; Scotland’s only free animation and digital art exposition. After completing a MSc. in Animation and Visualisation in Dundee in 2012 Sarah has worked as a freelancer within the visual effects industry and as an environment artist for 2D and 3D games. After contributing to both educational and recreational games, Sarah became involved with Vivomotion, a medical visualisation company founded in 2012 by Dr Mhairi Towler, and Design in Action who bring Scottish academics and designers together. She is working with staff at GCU to integrate her industry experiences into the academic curriculum and will be working with both students of a 2D and 3D discipline