FORTHCOMING: Death Lines: Walking London Through Horror Cinema
“The Fog”, Duplicitous: A WriteHive Compilation (Inked in Gray, 2021).
This story was shortlisted in the 2021 Write Hive Horror Fiction Prize
“Smudge”, The Chamber Magazine (28 May 2021).
“Toujours” BFS Horizons #12 (December 2020).
“The Living and Dead Body in Foucault’s Clinical Gaze” in The Body In Theory: Essays After Lacan and Foucault. eds. Eric Daffron and Becky McLaughlin. (McFarland and Company, 2021).
“‘Cookie in her Casket’ as a response to the Medical Death” in And Death Shall Have Dominion: Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Dying, Caregivers, Death, Mourning, and the Bereaved, eds. K. Malecka and R. Gibbs. (Interdisciplinary Press, e-book, 2015)
Articles, Essays, & Reviews
“The Thames: Uncertain Depths in Horror Cinema“. Horrified (Feb 2021)
“Beauty and Alienation in Medical Photography”. Journal of Visual Communication in Medicine 41.2 (October 2018)
“Morell, Abelardo” in Grove Art Online (March 2018)
Visible Care: Nan Goldin and Andres Serrano’s Post-mortem Photography. Doctoral thesis (Birkbeck, University of London: 2016)
“Family Expressions of Pain in Postmortem Portraiture”. Studies in Visual Arts and Communication: An International Journal 2.1 (2015)
“The Faceless Portrait: Anonymity and Identity in Andres Serrano’s The Morgue”. HARTS & Minds 1.3, (February 2014)
“Family Ties: Reframing Memory”. Photomonitor (31 August, 2014)
“Review: History is Not Mine at the Paradise Row Gallery”. Ayyam Projects. (April 2013)
“The Last of the Dictionary Men: A Beautiful History, Protracted”. Ayyam Projects. (March 2013).
“Review: Frith Street Gallery ‘Low Relief'” Avalanche Online. (March 2009)
“The Iconography of the Sarcophagus of Junius Bassus”. JURO: Journal for Undergraduate Research (2006)