I am a UK-based technology consultant, academic writer, and sound artist.

Photograph of Iain MorlandMy latest work focuses on enterprise technology risk, providing organisations with advice and assurance over system implementation projects, IT strategy and organisational structure, and initiatives to improve quality and compliance.

Previously I specialised in the music technology sector, providing programming and audio editing for virtual instruments. I have contributed sound design to creative projects for clients internationally.

I’ve also written and edited severalĀ essays and volumes on gender and sexuality studies, medical ethics, and the history of science. I have given talks and training on these topics at various conferences and meetings.

Alongside my technology career, I have lectured in culture, media and psychology at several UK universities, and delivered commissioned research on topics such as media representations of science. Read more in my CV.

In my free time, I’m an amateur visual artist, experimenting digitally in a range of styles.

How to Say My Name

“Iain” is the Scottish spelling of “Ian,” so begins with an i. My name is pronounced “ee-un.”