Neill Gorton


Neill is involved in key aspects of our 7-week courses and teaches short courses. He has won 12 major awards for his work on shows such as Doctor Who, The Catherine Tate Show, Bodies and Being Human. Since his career began in 1987 he has worked on hundreds of productions with performers as diverse as Sir Michael Caine and Lady Gaga, prolific directors such as Steven Spielberg, Ron Howard and Joe Johnston and impresarios like Sir Andrew Lloyd-Webber and Sir Cameron Mackintosh.

Neill has taught at many other institutions including Dublin’s Dun Laoghaire Institute of Design & Technology, Arts University College Bournemouth where he was awarded an Honorary Fellowship in 2010, ACMUSE Australia, Leicester College, Grimsby Institute, The Israel Association of Cinema and Television Professionals in Tel Aviv, Perfect in Make-up Vienna, BBC Wales, Focal Zurich, Greasepaint, Brushstroke and the National Film & Television School. He is an advisor for their Digital FX Masters Degree at the NFTS and a Visiting Professor at the University of Bolton, where he was awarded and Honorary Doctorate for his services to the creative industry in 2017.