Welcome to my website, I am an academic and technologist specialised in the computational production and analysis of visual culture.

I work as a lecturer (≈Assistant Professor) in Digital Culture and Creative Computing at King’s College London where I am part of the Computational Humanities Group, the Creative AI Lab (in partnership with the Serpentine Galleries)and an affiliate of King’s AI Institute. I also have experience in the creative industries: print, digital and television; in Mexico and in the UK; with cultural institutions such as the British Council, and the BBC.

My work combines critical frameworks in the history and theories of cinema, television, and photography, with advanced technical practice in creative and scientific computing, including applied machine learning technologies (AI). The relation between computational and visual cultures is central to my research, but I am curious about many other fields, and I tend to be most productive when working across disciplines.

In this site I collect most of my activities as a “net of notes”, similar in concept and ethos to a digital garden. You can explore the notes by following the back links, clicking the nodes in graph view, by using the explorer menu (if you are on a Desktop), or searching directly using the search bar above. You can also see all the notes as a expanded network by clicking the graph icon 🕸️ in the graph view widget. If you just want to see the notes as a list, click here: Notes.

Below you’ll find some notes that are a good entry points depending on who you are and how you want to engage:

🛠️ Learn about my work

📚 Read my publications

🎓 Study with me

💬 Talk to me

✉️ Contact info

🕸️ Why a net of notes?