Nicole J. Adelman is a public speaking/communication trainer and radio host. As well as being a professional actor and voiceover artist, Nicole is the artistic director and co-founder of CATNIP (Contemporary American Theater Now in Prague).
Prague College is full of people who are passionate about what they do. Students, lecturers, administrators, our senior managers and founders are proud of the institution that has been built since 2004 through careful attention to quality of teaching and learning, and dedication to working hard to achieve excellent results.
Leah is originally from the USA where she graduated magna cum laude from Ripon College, Wisconsin, double-majoring in History and English literature. Leah lectures in the School of Media and IT.
Natasa Babic is a journalist who worked for Croatian print media, radio and television in the 1990s. She moved to Iceland in 1998, where she worked as a freelance writer for various Croatian media as well as Icelandic National Radio.
Saimir Bajo has a long and varied career in filmmaking and directing. Originally a graduate of the University of Tirana, he also has a diploma in directing from Prague's Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU).
Dagmar Bláhová is an internationally regarded actress who was born in Czechoslovakia and has a Master of Arts degree from DAMU.
Anna graduated with a BSc in psychology from Worcester State College in Massachusetts, USA with a deep passion for the subject.
Jorge Carrillo is currently an Associate Lecturer in the School of Media & IT at Prague College, delivering courses at Masters, Bachelors and Professional level since 2011.
Robert Carrithers combines English language teaching skills with his creative talents and personal experience of the creative scenes in New York, Berlin and Prague, through writing, film and photography.
Stefano is the Head of the School of Business. He leads the MSc programme in International Management, and is a member of the Senior Management Group of Prague College.
Viktor Cerny graduated with a Master's degree from CVUT (the Czech Technical University).
Peppur is a writer/actor/director who also loves teaching and finds it to be a perfect platform for her talents. She is module leader in Feature Writing for Magazines & Newspapers at Prague College.
Born in 1982, Kaveh Daneshmand is an Iranian filmmaker based in Prague, Czech Republic. After graduating in film directing, Kaveh co-founded IRAN:CI, the Festival of Iranian Films in Prague, Brno and Bratislava which has been running for 8 editions since 2012.
Cazim Dervisevic is a Bosnian-Herzegovinian documentary filmmaker/videographer and journalist with over 17 years' experience in media and film.
Veronika Douchova is Head of the School of Media & IT. Her main interest is mathematics and its application in both IT and business.
David Friday is a Prague-based writer and teacher. He hails from northern Ontario and holds a B.Sc. from University of Toronto and an MBA from Queen's University.
Dave is Associate Head of the Business School, with responsibility for the BA (Hons) International Management and BA (Hons) International Finance and Business Accounting programmes.
Masa Hilcisin is a filmmaker, producer, lecturer and scholar, who has been working at Prague College since 2009. She holds a BA in Comparative Literature and an MA in European Studies.
Haruna Honcoop is a Prague-born Czech-Japanese documentary filmmaker. She received her BA in Sinology from Charles University in 2008, and spent the next few years studying and living in Beijing, Taiwan and Japan, before returning to study for her Master's at FAMU, focusing on new media, documentary and experimental filmmaking.
Radek Honzik is Programme leader for MSc Computing. He teaches advanced databases with an additional focus on the logical structure of programming and query languages.
Maia Horniak is an internationally acclaimed director in film/TV and documentaries, with over 15 years of professional industry experience, which she now brings to her role as programme leader for the third year of the BA in Creative Media Production.
Joel has been a lecturer at Prague College since 2011, and has also worked in sales, public relations and advertising both in the USA and in the Czech Republic.
Zuzana Kaiserova started to work in media in 1999 and spent a number of years working and studying in the United Kingdom.
Azadeh Mohammadi Kangarani is a TV line producer and director, as well as a freelance theatre director, actress, and producer.
Michal Marianek teaches at Prague College School of Art & Design. He is a Czech audio-visual artist, pedagogue, curator and coordinator of cultural events.
Cristina is a journalist, audiovisual communicator and cinematographer. She has worked as director of photography or in the camera department in feature films, short films, advertisements and documentaries. Her experience started in Prague and she has gone on to work around Europe.
Born in 1984, Omid Marzban is a multimedia journalist based in Prague, Czech Republic.
Alexandru Mihnea Moucha has vast experience in the areas in which he teaches: computer networks (LAN, MAN, WAN, WLAN, modern internet technologies, routing and switching, security, design and architecture, audit, communication protocols and their design).
Richard Nowell is an associate lecturer in the Creative Media Production programme at Prague College.
He is widely published as a film theorist and historian specializing in the industrial and aesthetic history of American cinema.
Eva Papouskova is an author of screenplays, books and playscripts, whose wide experience of the creative industry extends from writing highly-praised books for children in Czech, to collaborating with (among others) Oscar-winning director Malcolm Clarke.
Larissa Petryca has worked in Advertising in Australia and the Czech Republic as an Account Manager, Production Manager and Graphic Designer. Currently she works as a freelance Graphic Designer for companies in Prague and Sydney.
David Petryca has been teaching web design classes at Prague College since 2004. He is a qualified Graphic Designer with over 15 years' experience in the advertising and media industry in Australia.
Andrea Průchová is a PhD Candidate at the Department of Sociology at Charles University in Prague, and Associate Lecturer at Charles University (Institute of Communication Studies) and Prague College (Fine Art Experimental Media and Creative Media Production).
Christophe teaches in the School of Art & Design, specializing in several modules related to audio-visual techniques, and video post-production and editing.
Patrick finished his MSc in Computer Science in 2014. Since 2015 he has taught Computer Systems at Prague College. His main focus is on system security, open-source systems, computer ethics, Internet and privacy issues.
Filip's background is in programming and cheminformatics. He worked on pharmaceutical IT systems, then co-founded a machine learning company.
Anastazie Sedlakova is a data scientist with a background in forensic genetics. Her main focus in teaching is helping students to switch their mindset to 'analytical mode'.
Pascal has a degree in Cinema from the University of Sorbonne III, as well as DNAP (National Art Degree) and DNSAP (National Superior Art Degree) from the Academy of Art in Aix-en-Provence.
Petr Svarny was born in Prague. He currently works as a product manager at a Czech IT company, which enables him to do what he most likes: teaching others what he has learnt from experience.
Liba is a Czech-born photographer and international photo-journalist with extensive background in social documentary and humanitarian issues. She has conducted a wide range of assignments with international aid agencies and charities.
David Vaughan is a writer, broadcaster, journalist and university lecturer, who teaches in the BA (Hons) Communications and Media Studies programme at Prague College.
Bohus has over ten years' teaching experience: as a guest lecturer he has taught at the Academy of Arts, Architecture and Design in Prague, the Faculty of Electrical Engineering at the Czech Technical University (ČVUT) and at the Film and TV School of the Academy of Performing Arts (FAMU) in Prague.