Filmmaker, Cambridge, United Kingdom
James Murray-White is a filmmaker, writer, and researcher. He has worked in theatre and theatre in education, across the United Kingdom and Ireland as well as an environmental journalist in the Middle East. Currently based in Cambridge, UK, his projects include filmmaker in residence within the Alzheimer's Research Network of Dementia Research, and a University/Wellcome funded public engagement project about the MEG (magnetoencephalolgraphy) scanner. He writes widely on subjects ranging from the environment, anthropology, politics, and the politics of health and research, and is passionate about finding links between creativity and the sciences, and the processes of both. Mr. Murray-White holds a B.A. in Drama from the University of Hull, Humberside, a diploma in Human Ecology from the Centre for Human Ecology in Edinburgh, and an M.A. in Media from the University of the West England, Bristol.