I am a historian and a sound practitioner. My research explores relationships between science and visual and material culture, both past and present, and how sound can be used in humanities research and communication.

I completed an Arts and Humanities Research Council funded PhD in the history of design and history of science across the Royal College of Art’s History of Design department and the Science Museum in 2016. This research focused on relationships between postwar British design and the science of X-ray crystallography, with a focus on the design and communication of scientific representations.

I am a Senior Tutor in the School of Communication at the Royal College of Art where I lead the MRes Communication Design Pathway and teach as a Visiting Lecturer in Information Experience Design.

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