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Tim Isherwood has taught in both Further & Higher Education for 15 years over a number of Art & Design courses, predominantly teaching Graphic & Communication Design at University of Salford from levels 4- 7. As a specialist in typography, Isherwood has created Salford Type Foundry, a web based repository for the typefaces his students create, giving them platform to showcase their work to a wider community, as well as his own research interests, which include using digital and satellite technologies (GPS) to create letterforms and alphabets, working collaboratively with creative writers to produce responses that question the roles of typographic form within language. Working as a visual artist, Isherwood’s interests predominantly concern typographic form in printmaking, but has also produces paintings, animation and film. Isherwood has exhibited his nationally over the last 15 years, showcasing his paintings, posters and typefaces, the latest of which showcases responses to a residency at the Portico Library in Manchester.