Selected Non-Fiction

'American Dreams,' 10 stories: writing about architecture/2, February 2017 (link).

'Architecture and Islands,' Inside/Out, June 2016 (link).

'Endless Sejima,' Inside/Out, January 2016 (link).

'Waiheke Island,' The Island Review, April 2015 (link).

'Cambodian Dancers, Auguste Rodin, and the Imperial Imagination,' The Appendix, December 2014 (link).

'At the Festival of Love,' King's Review, August 2014 (link).

'"Time Passes": The Grave of Samuel and Suzanne Beckett,' Mausolus, Summer 2014 (link).

'The Politics of Hidden Images: Display and the Gurlitt Collection,' King's Review, online in January 2014 and printed in the Spring 2014 issue (link).

'The Medieval and Postmodern Fens: Chatteris to Cambridge,' Bus Pass Britain Rides Again, 2014 (link).

'Oceanliner Posters,' Print Quarterly, Vol. 30, No. 1, Spring 2013 (print only).

As Paris City Correspondent for Untapped Cities, December 2012 to July 2013:

'A Tour of the Past through Paris's Period Rooms' (link)
'The Musée d'Ennery: Treasures from Asia in a Second Empire Setting' (link)
'The Jardin d'Agronomie Tropicale: Ruins of France's Colonial Past' (link)

As Arts Columnist for NZ News UK, January to September 2012:

'Vogue New Zealand, the British Magazine's Lesser-Known Sibling' (link)
'Christchurch Cathedral and the City's British Past' (link)
'Amyas Connell: A New Zealand Architect's Influence on the UK' (link)
'Len Lye: New Zealand's Most International Artist?' (link)
'New Zealand Writer Wins Commonwealth Short Story Prize' (link)

I've also written about cultural politics for Mudslinger, blogged about art and architecture for AngloINFO Paris, reviewed literary magazines for The Review Review, chronicled Cambridge life on Whisky & Biscuits, and contributed sections on art and events to the Welcome To... guidebook series.

Selected Fiction

'Light Currents,' Headland, Summer 2015 (link).

'How much longer will we be on this page?' Litro NY, June 2015 (link).

'Ruins,' Pyramid Schemes: A Collective Cityscape, exhibition and limited edition artist's book (link).