My research cuts across urban, political, and critical human geography and explores questions of urban space, place, power, politics, and platforms. I draw from mixed methods including site-based and digital ethnography and social media analysis, through a comparative urban lens. I seek a more just, inclusive, and equitable built and digital urban environment.
In particular, I focus on:
Research Student Supervision InterestsInterested in supervising and collaborating on projects exploring urban space/place; politics (offline/online); comparative urbanism; critical approaches to planning and regeneration; social movements and activism (especially art-led and LGBTQ movements), and urban community formation.
PhD, Geography, King's College London
Creative Singapore, Paradoxes and Possibilities: The Geographies of Cultural Activism in an Authoritarian City-State1 Apr 2011 - 30 Jun 2016