A book chapter, co-authored with Monica Monin and Andrew Burrell, on information visualisations which use material and experimental approaches to communicating data about environmental conservation and climate change.
A visual essay about the relationship between genetically modified creatures in Margaret Atwood's Maddaddam trilogy and the real world science they are based upon.
Critical Documentation practices
This article presents guidelines for developing a critical documentation practice; a generative approach to documenting design research which emphasises drawing out the interplay between design practice and literature/precedents, to build a ‘credible evidence base’ for scholarly reporting. The guidelines are targeted at design researchers – particularly students and designers new to scholarship – conducting design practice as a mode of inquiry.
Critical Journal Contextual Portfolio
A paper presented at the Research Through Design conference in Delft, The Netherlands, 19-22 March 2019. The full paper is available to download via…
Where the book went next
Digital Culture Talk, National Library of Australia 9 December, 2014 Event blurb: How we read has been evolving since the advent of the internet and mobile devices…
On reading with our hands
Originally published in The Book of Days: An anthology of the 2015 Sydney Writers Festival (2015), from a talk given during the festival I’m going…
Photographs in the novel Extremely Loud and Incredibly Close
In a novel that addresses the aftermath of a highly visual catastrophe, photographs communicate in ways that words alone could not.
Disturbing the Text: Typographic devices in literary fiction
The article aims to illustrate ways authors have experimented with typographic devices to literary affect, and to encourage more experimentation with word-image interplay as a storytelling device.