Below are the details of my past and forthcoming workshops and other talks. Please feel free to email me at to arrange a talk for 2021 and beyond:


Interviewer: Co-organiser and interviewer for book talk about Angèle Christin’s ‘Metrics at Work: Journalism and the Contested Meaning of Algorithms’, alongside Jeffrey Lane and Melissa Aronczyk (Rutgers). LSE Digital Ethnography Collective/Rutgers Digital Ethnography Working Group,12th February 2021.

Invited workshop leader: Presented to PhD students in the on how to conduct digital ethnographic research alongside Professor Danny Miller (UCL). Department of Social and Cultural Anthropology, University of Lucerne 29th January 2021.

Invited panellist: presented on conducting ‘Feminist Digital Ethnography’ and participated in roundtable alongside with Francesca Sobande (Cardiff) and Ingrid Brudvig (Cape Town). Gender and Sexualities Research Centre (GSRC), City University London, 25th January 2021. Organised in association with the LSE Digital Ethnography Collective.


Invited interviewee: Interviewed by Marissa Willcox about digital ethnography during COVID-19 and my research on the labour of content creators in the online video industry for their #DERC30 series. Digital Ethnography Research Centre, RMIT Melbourne, 5th August 2020. Watch here:

Workshop Co-Leader: ‘Twitter for Anthropologists’ Twitter panel #TNELive. LSE Digital Ethnography Collective and The New Ethnographer collaboration, Esuropean Association of Social Anthropologists (EASA) Conference, 21st July 2020. Available at:

Invited Workshop Leader: ‘Doing fieldwork online’ Zoom seminar. Anthropology & Sociology (ANSO) PhD Summer Online Seminar Series, The Graduate Institute Geneva, 14th July 2020.

Invited Speaker: “Help! My field-site has evaporated, what do I do now?” Zoom seminar. The Ethnography Circle, The University of Warwick, 30th April 2020.

Invited panellist: ‘Conducting digital ethnography during a pandemic’ Twitter panel. The New Ethnographer #TNELive, 9th April 2020.

Workshop leader: ‘What is it like to work in the creative industries?(social media and television). Careers in Creative Industries Week. London School of Economics, 14th February 2020

Invited speaker: ‘“Don’t forget to like, subscribe and turn on the bell notifications!” An Ethnography of YouTube Creators’ Labour’. The Oxford Digital Ethnography Group. University of Oxford, November 2019


Workshop leader: ‘Using Nvivo for (digital) ethnographic data analysis’. LSE Digital Ethnography Collective. London School of Economics, October 2019. Watch here:

Invited speaker: ‘Autoethnography as a method for studying the online video industry’. UCL Digital Anthropology seminar series. University College London, 19th February 2019