Projects per year
Dr. Cameron Rose is a lecturer, designer, filmmaker and media artist. Rose’s research investigates how communication design can facilitate social and health research, represent diversity, translate between epistemologies and advocate for health and social justice issues.
Current and recent projects include the Digital Bridges Network, a collaboration between academics in Australia and South Korea that explores aging through the lens of VR documentary. The 'Straight Up' series of animated documentaries presented the lived experience of individuals in recovery from substance use and mental health issues. Rose also wrote, directed and performed in 'The Practice' trilogy of immersive theatre that explored the psychology of behaviour change.
In 2013 Rose was awarded the RMIT DRI Design Challenge for the On My Life project exploring aging and biography.
Research area keywords
- Design Ethnography
- Film, television and digital media
- Design and co-design
1/12/17 → 31/07/19
1/07/14 → 30/06/15
Research Output per year
Animating social work research findings: a case study of research dissemination to benefit marginalized young peopleRose, C. & Flynn, C., 1 Feb 2018, In : Visual Communication. 17, 1, p. 25-46 22 p.
Research output: Contribution to journal › Article › Research › peer-review
Activities per year