I am very excited to be back in person for this summer’s Prince’s Trust Institute Summer Art Enrichment on 2 July in Cambridge. There are a great collection of talks on the day, including mine on Reconsidering Medical Photography for the classroom: We already know that photographs are not objective, but in medicine they were … Continue reading Two weeks until PTI Summer Art Enrichment
I have loved London. I’ve lived here for a total of ten years now, given dozens of horror walks throughout it’s various neighbourhoods, I got my MA and my PhD here. But, life and time move on and I am excited to say that mean’s I’ll be moving too! I’m excited to be moving up … Continue reading Moving
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 … Continue reading Winter 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. … Continue reading Autumn 2018
Summer brings new publications – academic and creative – while working on children’s literature and helping artists apply for competition.