Dr Fiona Chatteur (nee Kerr) hails from a far away valley called Tidbinbilla. A place known for kangaroos, emus and a deep space tracking station. An unrepentant renaissance woman, she specializes in all things visual: 3D modelling and animation, graphic design, VJing, games design, video editing, visualisation, web production, user interface design and particularly e-learning. She is currently teaching digital media and games artistry. She had a Bachelor of Arts in Professional Writing, a Masters of Design Science (hons) and has a PhD in Design for Pedagogy Patterns for E-learning. A member of a Logie and Walkley award winning team for TV Journalism (1991), she changed careers and has since won the Royal Television Society Educational Television Awards Lifelong Learning and Multimedia Award (UK 2005) and Grand Prix Japan The Maeda Prize (2004) as well as being the producer of a record breaking website for the BBC (2002). With 8 published video games to her name, 6 years of international e-learning production, 5 years of teaching and 12 years of TV production, in 2012 she added a PhD in the design of e-learning to her international multi-award winning profile.