Who I am and what I do …
I am a lecturer in applied linguistics at King's College, London University, and a freelance consultant, trainer and photographer. I am based in London and Cheshire. Alongside my teaching and research in written communication and corpus applications in language education, I have special interests in the evaluation and documentation of social projects.
In my consultancy practice, I have provided training and consultancy services for the The Council of Europe,
the British Council, Oxfam, and the
I am able to provide professional photographic documentation services. Images such as those shown on this page can make a major contribution to an organisation's analysis and, by providing publication quality images, can complement and extend advocacy arguments, and provide a visual baseline record for use in later impact assessment.
I lived in Poland from 2002 to 2006, Sri Lanka between May 1998 and July 2002, and before that worked in Eastern and Central Europe (1992 to 1998), and China and France. I have taught in universities in the UK, China and France, as well as in adult and primary education
My current major activities include:
Examples of photographic work can be accessed by following the links to the Visual Documentation pages.