I research, write and teach in Human Geography at the University of Sheffield.
My research is concerned with understanding social change in relation to sustainability, through a focus on everyday life and the socio-technical systems that shape it. I engage with geographical and sociological theories of practice, materiality and everyday life, as well as with science and technology studies.
Different projects have covered issues relating to biodiversity, waste, food, mobility and energy, and involved interdisciplinary collaborations from History, Design and Architecture to Physics and Engineering. There is more information on current and recent projects on the researching page, and on books, journal articles and other published work on the writing page.