My main supervisory interests are in the understanding and applications of drawing in clinical settings, the use of drawing as a tool of learning, approaches to arts/health research, the relationship between drawing and writing and creative/visual research methods.
I am currently supervising two PhD students: Simon Bliss (PhD by Publication), with Annebella Pollen; and Vanessa Marr, with Jessica Moriarty.
I have supervised 3 PhD students to completion:
Dr Gavin Fry, Male textile artists in 1980s Britain: a practice based inquiry into their reasons for using this medium, 2018.
Dr Curie Scott, Elucidating perceptions of ageing through participatory drawing: a phenomenographic approach, 2018.
Dr Sarah Haybittle, Correspondence, trace and the landscape of narrative: a visual, verbal and literary dialectic, 2015.
I have examined five PhDs:
External examiner for Melissa Cheung, University of Sydney, Australia, 2019.
Internal examiner for Louisa Buck, University of Brighton, 2018.
Internal examiner for Samantha Lynch, University of Brighton, 2018.
Internal examiner for Mike Sadd, University of Brighton, August 2015.
External examiner for Tanja Golja, University of Technology Sydney, Australia, January 2012.
And three MRes examinations:
Internal examiner for Claire Scanlon, 2019.
Internal examiner for Diana Brighouse, 2015.
Internal examiner for Mark Lander, 2014.
I have also been an independent reader for two MPhil/PhD transfers.