2019 – forthcoming: ‘Six Years On: the Fine Art Critical Practice fine art placements (FAP) Scheme’ to be published in a special issue of the Journal of Visual Art Practice about the Fine Art Critical Practice BA(Hons) Course at the University of Brighton, guest edited by Sue Breakell and Dr Naomi Salaman

29 April 2018 – Arranged symposium ‘What is Autoethnography?’ at C&C Gallery with speakers: Susan Diab, Alec Grant, Juliet Miller, Jess Moriarty, Caroline Pick, Isobel Smith to accompany exhibition ‘Autoethnos: stories from the self’

2016 to the present: Writing and publishing autoethnographic texts:

2017 – ‘Surviving Sexism in Academia: strategies for feminist leadership’ edited by Kirsti Cole and Holly Hassel, published by Routledge. Chapter 9 ‘Writing Gown: The Challenges of Making a New Artwork about Sexism in Academia’ pp.89-97

2017 – ‘Self-Narrative and Pedagogy: stories of experience within teaching and learning’ edited by Mike Hayler and Jess Moriarty, published by Sense Publishers. Chapter 3 ‘Project Time-Travel: reflections on learning by revisiting childhood school projects’ pp.31-44

2010 – Artist evaluator at De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill in collaboration with Polly Gifford, Head of Education, devising review questions for artists, teachers and project participants to inform their approaches to working together.