My first book, which builds on much of my research to date The Nocturnal City, was published in 2018. It outlines how a deeper exploration of 'night' might help us understand the city and contemporary debates in urban studies. I have carried out research exploring the night-time economy in the UK, changing artificial lighting technologies and the Nuit Debout protest movement in France. In addition, I have published on ecosophical theories in geography, focusing on the work of Felix Guattari in particular, and have a wider conceptual interest in concepts of earth, self and temporality. My work has been funded by the ESRC, and published in several journals including Environment and Planning A, Geoforum and Theory, Culture and Society.
Areas of Research / Professional Expertise
Outside of geography my work has been picked up by anthropologists, cultural studies and sociologists. I've done a lot of undergraduate teaching, in particular on qualitative research methods.