CV - Duncan McKean | CV.DuncanMcKean.com
- Education: 1) Dutch Language Course: Vods Universite Haarlem; 2) 2000. Moved to Haarlem, Netherlands: BSc (Hons) Creative Product Design; First Class Degree; University of the West England, Bristol; 3) 2006. Got married:
Design and Innovation; Merit Certificate; The Open University, Milton Keynes ; 4) 1999. Went and lived in Thailand until my money ran out; 5) 1999. Moved to Bristol: Modern History, Psychology. AS Level evening classes. Reading
University, Reading; English Literature, Ancient History. Classical Civilisation and latin. A Levels (Latin GCSE). The Henley College, Henley-on-Thames; Physics, Geography, Drama, English Literature, English Language, Mathematics,
Statistics, Chemistry, Art, electronics, French. GCSEs. Gillott's School, Henley-on-Thames; 6) Nettie Bed Primary School, Nettie Bed; 7) 1974. I wa born in a crossfire hurricane.
- Employment: 1) 2009. Freelance Designer; Lecturer and Teaching Assistant. University of the West of England, Bristol; 2) 2009. Freelance Web designer. RSA Design Competition Finalist. Daughter born; Product Designer. University
of the West of England, Bristol; Midas Trainer. University of the West of England, Bristol; 3) 2006. Account and Project Manager. Computershare document Services, Bristol; 4) 2003. Department Administrator. Political Asylum Team,
Bristol; Second book published. Project Coordinator. AXA-Sun Life, Bristol; 5) 2001. The first book published; 6) Team Leader. British telecom, Bristol; Cinema Projection Manager. Showcase Cinemas, Reading; Special Events Organiser.
National Police Training, Hampshire; Information Officer. HM (immigration, Heathrow Airport); 7) 1992. Obsessed about Role-Playing Games for a good 5 years; 8) 1991. The Jesus and Mary Chain became terribly important for some
reason; 9) 1990. "She's dead. Wrapped in plastic"; 10) 1989. Did stage lighting for about three years; 11) Started playing Guitar; 12) 1985. Programmed my own "Hitchhiker's Guide to the galaxy" using my BBC Model B computer;
13) Shouldn't have read "IT" by Stephen King; 14) 1983. "Masquerade", by Kit Williams created my love for treasure hunts.