I am an academic and cultural historian, writing on the visual representation of the dead in art and cinema. My expertise in thanatology and post-mortem photography allows me to review for academic journals including Mortality and act as a consultant for the Corpse Project.
My background is in art history and as a critic, I have been privileged to write for Avalanche, Ayyam Projects’ print magazine, and Photomonitor and contribute to the Grove Dictionary of Art online. My doctoral thesis,“Visible Care: Nan Goldin and Andres Serrano’s Post-mortem Photography”, is available through the Birkbeck library.
For more, access a bibliography of my recent work.