CONFERENCES / Speaking Engagements

SAR FORUM, Fontys Academy of the Arts, Tilburg, April 2024, The Expanded Librarian: An homage to Canetti – a series of characterisations.

CRASSH, University of Cambridge, March 2024, The Expanded Librarian with Wiebke Leister and Beverley Caruthers and others.

San Francisco State University, February 2020, ‘Watch your Lip!’

Auto//Fiction, RCA, 9th July 2019
Co-directing with Marita Fraser with key notes Sally O’Reilly, Tanya Augsburg and Beatrice Gibson.

PSi 25, Calgary, Canada, 4th July 2019
Elasticity of a Concept – Notions of Hysteria speaking with Tanya Augsburg, SFSU, Johanna Braunn, UCLA and Cecily Devereux, University of Alberta

Speaking with,
RCA, Gorvy, 12th June
Performance of A public display of confession and panel discussion at symposium with keynotes Carol Mavor and Nadia Hebson. Directed by Marita Fraser and Caroline Douglas.

Ithaca College, New York, March 2019

Say something back Merton College, University of Oxford, February 2019

She is Hysterical! University of California, Los Angeles, November 2018.

Royal College of Occupational Therapists
Waterfront Hall, Belfast, June 2018 ,[delegate speaker with Diana Ramsey]

Institute of Psychiatry, King’s College
Maternal Journal, May 2018, [delegate speaker with Professor Rebecca Fortnum]


The Afterlife of the Object, University of Copenhagen, June 2019

XYZ, a ilha, Lisbon, May 2018

Object of Research, Institute of the Arts, Cumbria, June 2018

Fellowship University of Northumbria with Arts Council England, 2005


PhD, Royal College of Art (2023)

MA Photographic Studies, University of Westminster, (2011)

BA Contemporary Photographic Practice, University of Northumbria at Newcastle. First Class Hons. (2004)


The Expanded Librarian; CRASSH, University of Cambridge – February – March 2024

Summer Chorus (from Ms B), The Freud Museum, September 2023

Hopscotch; Copeland Gallery, RCA research bienale, Opening 21st June 2023; Skies over places we kissed

Peckham 24, May 2023; Watch Your Lip!

Stroud Film Festival, March 2023; Watch Your Lip! and Erotomania screenings and live perfomance

Marginalia at The Freud Museum; Sharon Kivland and Sharon Young, 8th March 2023, 4pm

Gesticulator, ASC Gallery, London, 2023

Ms B; 228 Chingford Mount Road, September 2022

She Speaks Up; 228 Chingford Mount Road, November 2022

Research Biennale, RCA, 2021

Auto//fiction, Dyson Gallery, London, July 2019 – PV 9th July 5.30pm

There’s something lurking in the shadows that might be interesting, Dyson Gallery, London, March 2019

209 Women; Westminster and Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool Feb 2019

Helsinki Photo Festival, July – August 2018

Tate Exchange, Venice Vending Machine, Tate Liverpool and Venice, July – September 2018

Family of No Man, Cosmos, Arles, curated by Natasha Christia and Brad Feuerhelm, July 2018

Flight Mode, Assembly Point, Peckham, July 2018

Asylum, Peckham, July 2018 – Performance ‘A public display of confession’ 3 hour durational live writing

Asylum, Peckham, July 2017 – Performance ‘A public display of confession’ 2 hour durational live writing

Amp, Peckham, July 2017 – Subtext of a Dream – large scale photographs and cut and paste text poems

Brighton Photo Fringe, 1-31st October 2016, Phoenix Theatre and Outdoor Hub, St Peter’s Church.

They all say please, White Cloth Gallery, Leeds, 31st May – 17th July, 2016

Procreate Project, Touring to Goldsmiths Women’s library, London, Museum of Motherhood, NYC and Lace Market Gallery, Nottingham Feb – April 2016

They all say Please, Soho, London, 18th March – 30 April, 2015

Goa International Photo Festival, Portraits from an Island, Feb 2015

Centre Photographique, Clement-Ferrond, France, Feb – May, 2015

Brighton Photo Biennale – Night Contact projection, October 2014

Encontros da Imagem, Braga, Portugal, Sept – Oct 2014

Encontros da Imagem, Braga, Portugal, Sept – Oct 2013

InstantLOVE, MadArt Gallery, Dublin, 12 Jan – 2 Feb 2013

Rua Red, Dublin Arts Centre. Oct – Dec 2013

WestPhoto, London and Zurich, 2013

Light Sensitive, P3 Ambika Gallery, London, 2013

If you get married again… Art Jericho, Oxford. 26th July – 19 August, 2012

AOP, London, 2010


Care(less) MA Bibliotheque

Abridged Magazine, NYX; The Subtext of a Dream, 2020

TULCA festival, Galway. There’s nothing to look forward to but the past. Text commission in response to Nadège Mériau’s photographically based work, 2020-2021.

Prova, RCA Arts and Humanities research journal, written and image contributions and contributing editor.

The Subtext of a Dream, self-published artist book, December 2017.

Nominated for MACK first book award, 2016

Slate magazine, 2015

Flash Forward, Magenta Award, UK winner, 2011

Worldwide Photography Gala Awards, shortlisted, 2011

Royal Photographic Society Journal, Dec Issue, 2011

International Photography Awards, Fine Art category, 1st place

Royal Photographic Society Bursary, 2011

Arts council bursary, Individual Artist Award, 2004


V&A Library

Yale Centre for British Art

PhotoIreland Foundation