I am an Assistant Professor in Sociology at the University of Warwick. I previously worked at The Open University on a project called Living Multiculture: the new geographies of ethnicity and the changing formations of multiculture in England. In 2011 I completed my doctorate in the Department of Sociology, Goldsmiths, University of London, and subsequently held a Post Doctoral Teaching Fellowship there. Before becoming an academic I worked in local government in inner London for several years. I am a member of the Runnymede Trust 360 Network, and of the British Sociological Association. I belong to the transatlantic NYLON new scholars network, and was previously a Visiting Scholar at the Institute of Public Knowledge, New York University. Recently I have become involved in working with a group of academics and activists called Action Against Racism and Xenophobia (AARX). I have experience in freelance social research and writing projects in areas including migration policy, local government, voluntary and community sector organising, regeneration and urban studies, and diversity and inequality. Everything on this website is, of course, produced in a personal capacity and does not represent the views of any organisation with which I am associated. The header photographs on these pages are taken from my own photographic ramblings. To get in touch, email me here or follow me here.