Working as an editor and sometimes publisher of other people’s work is a part of my professional practice I deeply love.

I have worked as a general editor of an academic journal Journal of Visual Culture, where I also edited a couple of special issues, one on archives and another on the television programme and book Ways of Seeing. I also published and edited my own newspaper called Paperweight: Explorations in Visual and Material Culture, before it became two radio series on the London arts radio station Resonance 104.4.fm.

I have worked with the Museum of Domestic Design and Architecture at Middlesex University to publish two titles: one was focussed on a collaborative creative practice and research project called The Hasler Gallery; and the other was on an archived set of ephemera by the mid-century designer Charles Hasler, called Charles Hasler Sends His Greetings.

I have also worked for the Design History Society, the academic association of design historians, as its Communications Officer; and for Kingston University’s Faculty of Art, Design and Architecture, now Kingston School of Art, as the editor of its annual publication KIOSK, which surveyed the research and practice of its staff.