|2016 “Representations of war and peace” paper & panel convenor at Archbishop Desmond Tutu Centre for War and Peace Studies, Liverpool Hope University
2016 De Montfort Univ. Leicester. Major retrospective conference on Stanley Kubrick. Paper: Stanley Kubrick ‘Dispatches from the Edge’
2016 Seoul Museum of Art. Into the Archive: Re-Viewing Kubrick. Research from the Kubrick archive (published in Stanley Kubrick: New Perspectives
2016 VISIBLE EVIDENCE XXII, Univ. of Montana, Native American Visuality
2015 VISIBLE EVIDENCE XXI, (Toronto Univ.) Stanley Kubrick ‘Dispatches from the Edge’
2013 VISIBLE EVIDENCE XX, (Stockholm Univ.) The Dance of Documentary Ethics Screening of Justine at Stockholm Academy of Dramatic Arts.
2013 Screening & paper for Into the Archive: Re-Viewing Kubrick at LACMA (Los Angeles County Museum of Art).
2012 Screening & paper for “Truth, Dare or Promise” The Art of Not Knowing,Goldsmiths’ College, London Univ.
2012 Screening & paper for AHRC Moving Image research Network conference at Univ. of Arts London‘The Dance of Documentary Ethics.’
2011 Screening & paper at Tate Modern, Starr auditorium for ‘Embedded’ conference with Simon Norfolk exhibition. Paper: ‘Accidentally in Bed’ on access and censorship in reporting war.
2011 DOCUMENTARY NOW! (Westminster Univ). ‘Whose story? Ethical tensions and documentary narrative’
2010 ICA, London Remembering Khairlanji, (practice-based film and photography paper) for Histories of Hatred conference, which was also filmed for London Consortium / LCACE documentary).
2010 VISIBLE EVIDENCE XVII, leading forum for Documentary Film studies (Bogazici, Univ. Istanbul, Turkey). Documentary Ethics in the Digital Age (practice-based paper).
2010 MECCSA, Media, Communication & Cultural Studies Association at LSE. The Documentarist and the Subject practice-based (film and text) paper.
2009 VISIBLE EVIDENCE XVI, (Univ. of Southern California, 2009) Solidarity? With whom and to what? Practice-based paper on the creative space of observational documentary and the ethics of response.
2008 VISIBLE EVIDENCE XV, (Univ. of Lincoln) Representing Atrocity: Ethical and Aesthetic Considerations in Photographing the Khairlanji Murders in India. Practice-based film and photography paper / book chapter based on this paper.
2008 DOCUMENTARY NOW! (Birkbeck College, London Univ). Documentary Ethics.