Throughout the research process, some outcomes of the workshops, findings and questions presented in various events conferences and discipline related labs to further understand current thinking and philosophy of the subject area.
(2015) ‘Twitter’: Practice in Writing : A recipe for Creativity & Creative Interpretation, Vancouver, ISBN:978-1-910172-00-1
(2014) Visual Technologies: Reviewing the way we read and behave on the move DRHA 2014 Conference, University of Greenwich, UK http://www.drha2014.co.uk/?p=902
(2014) Virtual Embodiment: The turbulent relationship between social media and the self” DRHA 2014 Conference, University of Greenwich, UK 129197878X, pg140
(2014) “Dérive in the digital grid , breaking the search to get lost”, inCleland,K.,Fisher,L.&Harley,R.(Eds.) Proceedings of the 19th International Symposium of Electronic Art, ISEA2013, Sydney. http://ses.library.usyd.edu.au/handle/2123/9475, ISBN: 978-0-646-91313-1
(2011) “How to be Creative: Collaboration in Web 2.0 community with or without text”. Generative Art/XIV, pp 57-67, ISBN:9788896610145.
(2011), “TERASlab: Typographical Experimental Research in Audiovisual Spaces”, London, BCS, p 275, ISBN 978-1-906124-88-5 (pbk) ISSN 1477-9358 (online).
(2009), “Visual Arts and 2D – 3D Motion Typo.graphic Design”, London, BCS, pp 192-200, ISBN 978-1-906124-17-5 (pbk) ISSN 1477-9358 (online)