Tim Hampton
Director of Computing Services, AMPD

Tim joined York University in 1994 and then AMPD in 2002. While at Atkinson, Tim was in charge of the infrastructure in support of online learning and a member of the York TEL committee which explored online learning from an instructor’s pedagogical perspective. In recent years, AMPD Computing has been central to the delivery of Moodle support as well as media production for online courses.

Lillian Heinson
Instructional Technology Coordinator, AMPD

Lillian joined the Computing team in 2010. She provides assistance for instructors in preparing their online/blended courses as well as technical support.

Natasha May
Educational Developer, Teaching Commons

Natasha is the Educational Developer in the Teaching Commons who is the main point of contact for the School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design. Within her role, she has provided support in pedagogy and the design of courses or modules that involve an eLearning component. Specifically, Natasha has worked with faculty receiving eCampus Ontario and AIF funding. Natasha also oversees the teaching development programs for graduate students in the Teaching Commons and co-teaches a blended course, the EDC accredited Teaching Assistant Certificate in Teaching (TACT).

Nancy Asiamah-Yeboah
Video production, AMPD

Nancy received her BFA in Film Production with a minor in Computational Arts and Technology at York in Spring 2017. While at York, she took a number of eLearning courses to help balance her schedule as she specialized in sound mixing on location and sound design in post-production. Nancy assists with AMPD and AIF’s video production where she puts her knowledge of camera, lighting, audio, and visual effects into play.

Reiner Bello
Video production, AMPD

Reiner received his MFA in Film Production at York University and his BA in Film and Theatre at the University of Winnipeg. His short film Roof Jumpers was a finalist in the inaugural CBC Short Film Competition. Reiner assists with AMPD and AIF’s video production, which includes pre-production, studio lighting, filming (in-studio and on location), and post-production (editing, graphic animation).

Sennah Yee
Administrative Assistant, AIF

Sennah received her MA in Cinema & Media Studies and her BFA in Screenwriting at York University. She produced the feature film Withdrawn, which premiered at Slamdance Film Festival. Her first book of poetry/non-fiction How Do I Look? is forthcoming from Metatron Press in fall 2017. Sennah provides administrative assistance for AIF and Sensorium: Centre for Digital Arts & Technology at York University.