- Using scenography to examine performance training practices: ‘Learning from athleticism: creating the space for artistic flow.’ A short historical exploration and comparative study of scenographic duets used in selected performance / performance training practices in 1950’s cinematic dance and parkour. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training journal blog. August 2016. (Developed from journal paper, Parkour as a Pas de Deux.)
- Drawing as research. sport training practices. On-going. 2016.
- Parkour as a Pas de Deux; Learning to dance with and within unstable spaces. Theatre, Dance and Performance Training Journal. Publication date March 2016.
- Drawing in health and social care – primary research stage presented at the Intersections Conference. CSSD. 2015. Challenging the Rules of Engagement; a Person-Centered Approach to Art-Based Research Methods Appropriate for the Investigation of Alzheimer’s Disease in its Mid to Late Stages.
- Drawing as a research method in sport and exercise. Published paper; The World of Physical Culture in Sport and Exercise: Visual Methods for Qualitative Research. Edited by Cassandra Phoenix and Brett Smith.
PhD awarded in 2011. Thesis title: Drawing and Re-drawing: working with the physicality of the performer in costume design.
Selected PhD case study drawings: