David Bryson is a Senior Lecturer at the University of Derby where he specialises in Forensic Anthropology and Photography for the Department of Forensics, College of Life and Natural Sciences. His background is in Anatomy from Aberdeen University, teaching from Aberystwyth University and then Medical Photography at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff.
It is through this combination of human biology and photography that I became involved with the MA in Performance Sportswear with Jane McCann leading to co-editing the two books from Woodhead Publishing.
My current writing is focussed on bringing a number of manuals I have used for teaching students up-to-date and pulling the material together for a general book on Scientific Photography, a guide and how to rather than heavy theory, updating work on Medicolegal/Personal Injury Photography and a new work on Osteological Photography i.e. How to photograph bones for osteoarchaeology and forensic anthropology.