Bob Cotton is a media historian. He is currently a visiting senior lecturer at Arts University Bournemouth, visiting practitioner professor at University of the West of England, co-director of the Visioneca Festival of Experimental Film, and a trustee and chair of the Development Committee of the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust. He was recently Research Fellow at University of the Arts, London, and has written several books on the media arts, including Understanding Hypermedia (1993), The Cyberspace Lexicon (1994) and Futurecasting Digital Media (2002).
His media website, http://zeiteye.wordpress.com
I am delighted to welcome, Author and Professor, Bob Cotton, to my corner of all things nineteenth-century and the Victorian era. I first met Bob, online, as he lives on the Isle of Wight and I am in New York City. He contacted me regarding my article I wrote on May Prinsep and a bit of it is quoted in one of the chapters in Julia Margaret Cameron & the allure of Photography. Here's a sample page with my article quoted below. There are forty sample pages available on the book website Blurb where you can purchase it in ebook format, so don't worry, if you're cautious, you can read a sample first! I will link to Blurb at the end of this interview.
Here is a link to Blurb where you can purchase the ebook of Julia Margaret Cameron and the Allure of Photography
You can also enquire about purchasing Bob's book at Dimbola Museum and Galleries, as proceeds from the book are a part of the Julia Margaret Cameron Trust.