Conference Papers


Re-sounding nature in Netflix’s nature documentary, Our Planet (2019). British Forum for Ethnomusicology Annual Conference, Bath Spa University. 16-19 April 2020. [Postponed]

Endangered soundscapes in Netflix’s Our Planet (2019). Literary and Visual Landscapes, University of Bristol. 18 March 2020. [Postponed]

Resurrecting Miles Davis in Dingo (1991). Documenting Jazz 2020, Birmingham City University. 16 January 2020.

Resurrecting Miles Davis in Dingo (1991). BFE/RMA Research Students Conference, Open University. 11 January 2020.


Dunkin’ bagels and the person from Test Card F: Framing jazz in BBC Arena’s Slim Gaillard’s Civilisation. Documenting Jazz Conference, Dublin Institute of Technology, Conservatory of Music and Drama, 19 January 2019.

You keep expecting David Attenborough to turn up and explain it all”: Electro-jazz and Animal Screams in BBC Arena’s Experimental Nature Documentary. BFE/RMA 2019 Research Students Conference, University of Sheffield, 11 January 2019.


In and outside the Panoram: Arena’s Visual Jazz Juke-Box. BFE/RMA 2018 Research Students Conference, University of Huddersfield, 4 January 2018.


Reconciling the Horn and Voice in Eva. Rhythm Changes Conference ‘Re/Sounding Jazz’,Conservatory of Amsterdam, 2 September 2017.

Reconciling the Horn and Voice in Eva. Continental Drift: A Century of Jazz on Record, The Rose Theatre, Edinburgh, 16 July, 2017.

Secondary narratives from a stay at The Arena Hotel,  The Sound Of Memory Symposium: Sound-track/Sound-scape, Whitechapel Gallery, London and Goldsmiths, University of London, 23 April 2017.


BBC Arena’s Virtual Hotel, Music for Audio-Visual Media II Conference, University of Leeds, 21 June, 2016.