Current Role

Associate Lecturer, BA photography, London College of Communication, London

Part-time Lecturer, BA photography (international course) Istituto Europeo di Design, Milan


Current  Ph.D. Candidate, Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow, UK 

2015 MA Photography
London College of Communication,
University of the Arts, London, UK


Publications include

On Jealousy, Tummy Ache Magazine Vol.2, London 2024 (Upcoming)

The Radical Potential of Listening and Speaking, Makings. A Journal Researching the Creative  Industries, 2024 (online - Upcoming)

'Lead Me, Whilst I Lead You. Cruising the Lesbian Archive.', in Queereal Secretions: Artistic Research as Exquisite Practice, Glasgow, 2023

'Thoughts in Transit. Reflections on Writing, Feminism and Bad Habits', in Passing Notes - Issue 3, New York 2023 

'Moving Forwards While Looking Backwards' in Representation: RCA Research Communiqués ', London 2022

 'Make Me Feel Mighty Queer', Fruit Journal 2021 (online)

'Messages' in Kavla Magazine, The Queer Archive Festival, Athens 2021
Modern Queer Poets –
Pilot Press, 2019

‘N.’ in Portrait Of Britain, British Journal of Photography, 2017

‘This must be the place’ in Pain Perdu/French Toast, 2017

 ‘This must be the place’, Photoworks, 2016

Exhibitions and Fairs include

Vitrine , EMALIN, London 2024

Queeral Secretions, (live performance), Annex Gallery, Glasgow 2023

Paris Ass Book Fair (with Queer Art Street Press), Palais de Tokyo, Paris 2023

Paris Ass Book Fair (with Queer Art Street Press), Lafayette Anticipation, Paris 2022

Unruly Encounters, Dilston Gallery (live perfomance), London 2022

Research Biennale
, Royal College of Art, 2021 (online)

Strange Perfume, South London Gallery, London 2019

We belong to a poetry club, Walk-in Studio Festival, Milan 2019

Stand by me, Pelagica for Milano Art Week & MiArt, Milan 2019

Anomalies in the flux of normal things, Nowhere Gallery , Milano 2018 (solo show)

30 years Queer: Queer Youth in Focus, The Proud Trust, Manchester 2018 (solo show)  

The shape of things to come, Nowhere Gallery, Milan 2017

Portrait Of Britain, Across UK 2017

Origins, Leyden Gallery, London 2017

Notes for a new world order, Artquest Lifeboat Residency, London 2017

Queer Youth in Focus, Contact, Manchester 2017

26 Caledonian Road, Geddes Gallery, London 2016

Savannah, Artlicks Weekend, London 2014


Conferences / Interventions / Public Talks

DRAMA: Erotica. A live performance and workshop at Chisenhale Dance. 
The event engaged with language and performance through collaborative experimentation, exploring how language can be activated and its reception influenced by voice, sound, movement, space, and collectivity to develop non-linear, personal, and performative narratives. Drama is a nomadic workshop format developed by Alessia Arcuri and John Philip Sage, Chisenhale Dance, London 2024

Queer Matierialities Live! A perfomative reading during the presentation of the  publication ‘Queereal Secretions: Artistic Research as Exquisite Practice.’ Organised by The Queer Materialities Research Network at the Glasgow School of Art, Glasgow 2024. 

Thoughts in Transit. Reflections on Writing Feminism and Bad Habits’.
Performance and talk at London Conference in Critical Thought, London Metropolitan University, 2023

Representation: Research Communiqués book launch in collaboration with Beaconsfield Gallery. With invited guests Kara Keeling (Prof. in Cinema and Media Studies, University of Chicago) and Atau Tanaka (performer and researcher in embodied musical interaction), Beaconsfield Gallery, London, 2022

School of Arts and Humanities Research Presents: Representation, a conversation with Ama Josephine Budge, Royal College of Art, London, 2021

We become with each other or not all: a conversation with Davinia-Ann Robinson for the exhibition ‘Freedom is outside the skin’, Kunsthal 44, Moehn Dk 2020

Awards include

BJP Portrait of Britain 2017

Foam Paul Huf Award 2016 (nominee)

Magnum Graduate Photographer Award 2016 (nominee)

Mack First Book Award (nominee)

The MACK Award 2015

Photoworks Prize 2015

Silverprint Award 2015