WEST Fife punk star-turned-film director Richard Jobson is being awarded with an honorary degree from Edinburgh Napier University today (Thursday).
Richard, who was just 17 when he became singer with legendary Dunfermline punk band Skids in the ’70s, will receive an honorary doctorate of the arts.
He has gone on to enjoy a successful and varied career as a poet, model, style icon, actor, TV presenter and now film director working on his own scripts.
Jobson, who is now 52, will join figures from the arts, academia and business worlds who are also set to receive honours, as well as close to 2000 students, at the Usher Hall.
The first stage of the online merchandise section is now up and running.
A selection of DVDs are available to buy direct as well as the New Town Killers Audio Book (downloadable) and the script for the new Wayland’s Song movie.
New products will also be added shortly, which will include more downloadable scripts and audio files as well as one off photo shoots on beautiful Japanese matt paper (unframed), more details coming soon.
Welcome to Richard Jobson’s new website, we are working away behind the scenes to build some website content and pages.
Updates will be posted on the news page as soon as they are available.