Center for GeoHumanities
I am Lecturer in GeoHumanities at Royal Holloway University of London. I am interested in researching and designing ecologies of practice that shift collective dispositions to matter, energy and the environment. I also co-lead the GeoHumanities creative commissions program.
My doctoral dissertation concerned the atmospheric experiments and multidisciplinary practice of Tomás Saraceno. I spent three years working and collaborating with Studio Saraceno in Berlin and continue to practice as an active member of the Aerocene community.
Whispers in White noise
I have started a new research and practice-based project on the cosmological and political dimensions of radio. Through collaborations with artists, fieldwork, and my practice as a newly licensed radio amateur, I am investigating the complex geographies, communities and invisible features of the radio spectrum.