(? - living) U.K.
Writer on media, photographer
Stephen Jeffery-Poulter undertook his secondary education at St Albans Grammar School for Boys from 1969 to 1976. From 1977 to 1980 he was at Southampton University where he obtained a degree in Modern History, Politics and Economics. From 1989 to 1993 he regularly lectured on aspects of British television on several courses at Uxbridge College. He has also taken part in a number of courses on writing and production for television.
Over the summer and autumn of 1991 he undertook a national lecture tour, speaking to some 30 university, political and social groups in England, Scotland and Northern Ireland about the history of gay law reform.
In July 1995 he presented Coming Together at the National Film Theatre for the British Film Iinstitute's Out of the Archives season - a 90' talk featuring clips from archive television documentaries on gay issues from 1957 to 1973. At the Museum of the Moving Image in July 1996 he interviewed television playwright Howard Schuman (Rock Follies and Nervous Energy) about his 23-year career for the fifth Out of the Archives season.
He was the producer of the telvision documentary A Bill Called William which was broadcast on Channel 4 television in July 1997. Stephen is also a professional male portrait photographer working in black and white and colour. His work has been published in Vulcan and QX in the UK, Bruno Gmunder's 1998 Diary in Germany, DUDE in the USA, and the art photography magazine BLUE in Australia.
Source: excerpts from: The Knitting Circle, U.K. - http://www.sbu.ac.uk/stafflag/people.html