I'm an art historian based in London with a professional focus on public engagement in art and art history. I’ve taught and lectured for many museums, schools and institutes of higher education in the UK and US. I’ve also written several books on art for general and younger readers, the most recent of which is '200 Words to Help You Talk about Art' (Laurence King, 2020), with 'How to Be an Art Rebel' (Thames and Hudson), my first book for children, coming out in April 2021. I've also written for numerous publications, including museum catalogues, monographs and magazines (most regularly Apollo, Art Review and the Times Literary Supplement). I've participated as an expert on TV and radio programmes for the BBC and was the presenter and co-author (with Al Smith) of 'Duchamp's Urinal' for BBC Radio 4 (2015).