‘Picture Thinking: The Development of Visual Literacy in Young Children’, in Engage 38 Special Issue on Visual Literacy, December (2016) pp40-51.
CONTRIBUTIONS TO CATALOGUES, COLLECTED ESSAYS AND CONFERENCE VOLUMES
‘Thinking aloud: Looking at children drawing in response to picture books’ chapter in Children Reading Pictures: Interpreting Visual Texts, Evelyn Arizpe and Morag Styles, (2ndedition, Routledge 2015), pp99-120
‘Investing in Teachers of the Future through Initial Teacher Training’ GEM conference presentation and publication in GEM Journal, Group for Education in Museums (2014).
RESEARCH AND EVALUATION REPORTS
Digital Maker Residency End of Project Report with Ina Pruegel, (University of Cambridge Museums, 2018)
UCM Nursery in Residence End of Project Report with Nicola Wallis (University of Cambridge Museums, 2018)
‘UCM Digital Schools Consultation, Research Report’ with Sarah Jane Harknett and Naomi Chapman, (University of Cambridge Museums 2015)
‘Looking at Collections: A How to Guide’ University of Cambridge Museums Digital Learning Resource with Lucy Shipp (UCM, 2018)
‘Extended Project: Using Museums and Galleries’ with Abigail Harrison Moore (OCR 2017)
‘Big Draw on Tour Sourcebook’ with Pam Smy, Anna Betts and Jenny Duke (UCM, 2012)
SELECTED CASE STUDIES AND BLOG POSTS
More sessions please! Planning enrichment sessions for teachers (University of Cambridge Museums Blog, April 2019)
Learning to Teach in the Museum with Nicola Wallis (University of Cambridge Museums Blog, November 2018)
Creativity and Experimentation: Digital Making with Ina Pruegel (University of Cambridge Museums Blog , October 2018)
‘The Twins’: Creating a Resource for Research with Lucy Shipp (Understanding British Portraits Professional Network Blog, October 2018)
Reflecting on the Findings of the UCM Nursery in Residence Project with Nicola Wallis, Felicity Plent and Bronwen Richards (University of Cambridge Museums Blog, July 2018) ‘
Valuing the Visual: Reflections on the role of museums in supporting children and young people’s creativity and visual literacy.’ (University of Cambridge Museums Blog, July 2017)
‘Managing a school trip across eight museums’ in GEM Case Studies Vol.14 (2015)
‘Evaluating the Thresholds Poetry Residency’ Working with Writers Case Study, Museum Practice16.06, Museum Association Website (2014)
Education Researcher, The National Gallery and Education Officer, The Fitzwilliam Museum
I am a creative practitioner and researcher with extensive experience designing, leading and evaluating learning programmes with children and young people in museums and galleries.
Image above: Young Producer performs a live poem about themes of Bestiality in the Collection as part of a YP Takeover Event © The National Gallery