I’m an art historian, writer, educator and lecturer based in London, with a specialism in modern and contemporary art.
I teach art history and theory for Christie’s Education master’s programmes, and have been an educator and lecturer for the National Gallery, Tate, Dulwich Picture Gallery, the Royal Academy of Arts, The Museum of Modern Art and the Solomon R. Guggenheim Museum, New York. (To see my recent lecture on Mark Rothko’s use of the colour red at the Kunsthistorisches Museum, Vienna, click here).
My writing on art has been published internationally. I write regularly for Art Review, the Times Literary Supplement and Art Quarterly, and have contributed essays for numerous museum and gallery publications. I was the author of ‘Art Unfolded: A History of Art in Four Colours’ (Ilex, 2018) and several catalogues for the Saatchi Gallery, and was a contributing writer for the Phaidon publications ‘Body of Art’ and ‘Flying Too Close to the Sun’. My complete publications list can be found here.
My complete CV can be found below. Contact me for more information, or see the News page for future events, including my art-historical trips abroad for independent travellers. My LinkedIn page (which is here) is usually up to date, too.