Launch: Guided Horror Walks

Now that it is March I am officially launching my guided Horror Walks in London! I was fortunate to host a preview walk with the women of the Fulham Chelsea WI. We explored their local borough with my “Chills of Chelsea” walk at the end of February, which was full of fun and frights. While you may know Chelsea to be the home of Dracula author Bram Stoker, the glitzy King’s Road was a once a horror haven, graced by iconic British horror actors like Christopher Lee and Vincent Price. I encourage you all to check out my new Walks Page…

Winter 2018

I have enjoyed quite a bit of traveling over the past few months, including two trips to Scotland: first, to the Nairn Book & Arts Festival, and second to Edinburgh for the inaugural presentation of the McCarthy Award at the Royal College of Physicians, Edinburgh.  Both were wonderful experiences, and I want to extend congratulations to Dr. Kristin Hussey for winning the 2018 McCarthy Award! On December 5th,  I am giving a talk on the history of medical photography at the Prince’s Trust Institute Inspiring creativity through mixed media event.  If you are an educator interested in mixed media and photography, booking…

Autumn 2018

Moving into autumn, I am happy to look back on a productive and quiet summer of writing and researching.   In June my first poem was published in Door=Jar Magazine (Issue 7), and my ‘Beauty and Alienation in Medical Photography” paper came out in Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine.  I also have done some peer-review work with Mortality journal.  It is a fantastic way to help encourage and engage with new scholarship, and of course, it feels good to be referred to as a specialist in the history of photography. As with any writer, the bulk of my time is spent on  research. At…