About MacAvon Media Productions

MacAvon Media Productions is a Scottish business partnership created in 1996 by Nigel and Jenny Chapman. We are based in a beautiful and remote coastal area of the West Highlands of Scotland, and work from home, writing and publishing children’s books and technical books, and producing art work, mainly for greetings cards, prints, etc.

Any questions? Just contact us and we will always reply personally.

Jenny Chapman

Portrait of Jenny Chapman

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Jenny Chapman is an animator, artist and writer. She is the creator of the popular Tumblr blog Adventures of Algy and author/illustrator of a series of children’s books featuring the same character. Her short experimental films have won prizes in film festivals around the world, and she is also co-author of our technical books and college texbooks.

A graduate of Edinburgh College of Art and of the University of Leeds, Jenny was formerly a part-time Lecturer in Visual Communication at Edinburgh College of Art, specializing in teaching experimental and new media animation and video editing, and the use of digital media software. Earlier, she taught Art History and Theory while doing postgraduate research at the University of St. Andrews, and worked at University College London, typesetting and publishing academic and research publications. She holds the following university degrees:

You can see more of Jenny’s work on these sites:

The Adventures of Algy
The Adventures of Algy Tumblr blog (original mixed media blog, started in March 2012)

Nigel Chapman

Portrait of Nigel Chapman

Dr. Nigel Chapman is an internationally respected author of major textbooks and professional books on Web design and development, digital media and programming languages, and a highly experienced Web developer.

A graduate of Cambridge University, Nigel Chapman has taught and studied at several of the world’s best universities. Nigel was a Lecturer then Senior Lecturer in Computer Science at University College London for 11 years, and formerly a Lecturer in Computing Science at the University of St. Andrews (Scotland). He holds the following university degrees: