I am interested in how humans build things, together. In broad terms, my research explores how people imagine and navigate human differences, how people collaborate and build change across lines of meaningful difference, and how people understand and become engaged with different causes. I explore these questions in relation to a range of pressing social issues, ranging from climate change to institutional racism, to to inclusive urban space, to the rights of older people. I have published both in the academic and popular press, given talks, run training and worked as a consultant for local and global non-profits. I aim to produce work that is critical, empowering and practical, enabling communities and organizations to push for change, or to find new ways of living and operating.
You can watch a short interview about my work here.