latest publications: Visual Social Media, International Encyclopedia of Journalism Studies (eds. Tim P. Vos & Folker Hanusch), John Wiley & Sons.

Emoji hashtags // hashtag emoji: Of platforms, visual affect, and discursive flexibility, First Monday, 23(9). (open access; doi:10.5210/fm.v23i9.9398)

Blended Data: Critiquing and Complementing Social Media Datasets, Big and Small (sky croeser & Tim Highfield), Second International Handbook of Internet Research (eds. Jeremy Hunsinger, Lisbeth Klastrup, & Matthew M. Allen), Springer.

latest talks: “I’m singing with my laptop, making up new songs”: Automated music-making and vernacular appropriation in the moment that was, and future that wasn’t, of Microsoft Songsmith. The Web That Was, Amsterdam, 18-21 June 2019.

‘Visual digital media: Everyday content, everyday challenges’, at New ways of seeing: Social research in a digital, visual age (SRA Summer Event 2019), London, 3 July 2019.

‘Visual cultures and politics of social media’, at Oxford Internet Institute Summer Doctoral Programme, Oxford, 4 July 2019.

next talks: ‘Framing Instagram’ (Tama Leaver, Crystal Abidin, and Tim Highfield), AoIR2019, Brisbane, 2-5 October 2019. [not attending in person]

previous book: Social Media and Everyday Politics (Polity, 2016)

current book: Instagram: Visual social media cultures (with Tama Leaver and Crystal Abidin; Polity, 2019)

next book: Digital Time (NYU Press, 2020/21)