2018: Exposing the Implicit: AD for Aerial Action, Identity and Story-Telling

2018: Rolling into Flight: Practical Reflections on Accessible Aerial. Presentation.Circus & Its Others, Prague.

2018: Freaks No More: Rehistoricizing Disabled Circus ArtistsPerformance Matters. Vol 4, No 1-2 (2018): Circus and Its Others

2018: Aerialist by Rebecca Truman - Book Review

2016: Circus and the missing M. Presentation: OTHERHOOD: Circus & Identity, Zagreb.

2016: Is the twenty-first century disabled artiste un-freaking or re-freaking circus? Presentation: Circus & Its Others Conference, Montreal. July 2016. Invited to contribute a shortened version of the paper to online peer-reviewed journal.

2016: Accessible Aerial: Suspending the Rules Presentation: European Aerial Dance Festival, Brighton, UK. August 2016.

2015: Suspending Conventions: How 'disabled aerialists' are challenging aesthetic and methodological practices in 21st Century aerial(ism) PhD Thesis.

2014: Dangerous Play: “Supercrip” Aerialists and the Paralympic Opening Ceremony of London 2012

2014: Diversity in Aerial: Not only Attractive but Necessary in the Twenty-First Century

2013: "Contemporary street arts in Europe: aesthetics and politics" by Susan Heidicke - Book Review 

2013: Dis'abling' aerial for small statured performers in London 2012´s Paralympic Opening Ceremony

2012: 'cripping up' or coming out as non-disabled: a personal reflection on the pursuit of an ethical research practice.

2012: ‘Betwixt and Between: the liminal status of the ‘Disabled Aerialist’’

2011: Re-Presenting the Aerialist in the Post-Superhuman Age

2010: The Ethics of Appropriation in Aerial Choreography