Peter Sorenson is a senior lecturer in the School of Media and Communication at RMIT.
Peter Sorenson has extensive professional and academic experience in design. Previously, as senior designer for a number of Australian and international companies, he worked on campaigns relating to corporate image, communications and FMCG for a number of clients including:
- O’Connell Family Care
- Pacific Dunlop
- Peter Rowland
- Red Tulip
- RMIT University
- Stanley Leasingham
Mr Sorenson is responsible for international projects in the School of Media and Communication where he liaises with educational, government and industry organisations in Asia and Europe. He promotes undergraduate and postgraduate programs in Advertising, Communication Design, Journalism, Media, Communication and Public Relations, lectures in Communication Design at Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) and is an invited external moderator for an international visual communication program.
Mr Sorenson previously led the BComm (Advertising) program and has lectured in areas including learning styles and group work, concept development, art direction, advertising, communication design, FMCG, multimedia, and electronic media in Australia. He also assisted in the curatorial project 'Various Presence: Human space in new technology', representing RMIT University (at the invitation of the Australian Consulate in Shanghai) in the Shanghai International Science and Art Exposition, 2005.
- MA (RMIT)
- Grad Dip Ed (Melbourne)
- Dip Art (Design) (Swinburne)
- Alp, E.,Hald, L.,Sorenson, P. (2014). Offerandestraat: Experimenting with flash encounters with strangers on dress In: Streetnotes, 22, 119 - 129
- Sorenson, P. (2008). Signs of mid-life : Images from the contemporary Australian mid-life male psyche, VDM Verlag, Germany
1 PhD Completions1 PhD Current Supervisions