‘Does glassmaking make good television? Blown Away reviewed’Apollo online, 16 August 2019

‘Three Voices of Mauritius’– a literary experiment in The Fortnightly Review, 3 August 2019

‘Hedonism in Herculaneum – a guide to good living in a luxurious Roman villa’, feature article in Apollo Magazine, 27 July 2019

‘Concepts into Clay: William Cobbing, Haptic Loop, Cooke Latham Gallery’ArtDependence Magazine, 22 May 2019

‘Zhou Li, Original State of Mind, at White Cube Bermondsey, London’, ArtDependence Magazine, 30 April 2019

‘Edvard Munch: Love and Angst, British Museum’, ArtDependence Magazine, 16 April 2019

‘Socrates in Love: The Making of a Philosopher, by Armand D’Angour’The Spectator, 30 March 2019

‘The Renaissance Nude’, ArtDependence Magazine, 21 March 2019

‘Jeff Koons at the Ashmolean’Apollo online, 12 February 2019

‘Vetro chic’ – review of this exhibition at the Stanze del Vetro, Isola di San Giorgio Maggiore, Venice, Apollo Magazine, January 2019


‘How Mario Bellini is breathing new life into Venetian glass’Apollo online, 16 November 2018

Metamorphica, by Zachary Mason’The Spectator, 29 September 2018

‘The Design Museum Zürich gets a stylish makeover’, Apollo online, 12 September 2018

‘Latin: Dead or alive?’ – the sad state of Classics in schools, from a former teacher’s perspective, The Spectator Schools Supplement, 8 September 2018

‘The Best Food Festivals in 2018’ Spectator Life, 19 July 2018

‘Gods, Guys and Guns. A review of The Handmaid’s Tale by Margaret Atwood’, National Secular Society website, 14 June 2018

Mary and the Witch’s Flower – Review’ (anime by Studio Ponoc), The Flaneur, May 2018

2017 and earlier

‘Ladies Who Wear Lycra’ – satirical piece for the Hampstead Village Voice, 2017

‘Vale of Tears?’ – article investigating suspicious building on metropolitan open land, Hampstead Village Voice, 2017

‘How Classics can teach about teaching’ – brief piece on my approach to teaching, Bright Young Things blog, 2016

‘Time to brush up the public image?’ – on the shipping industry’s relationship with the media, Maritime Risk International, 2016

Blow Up Media Studies’ – review of Toby Miller, Blow Up the Humanities, in The Oxonian Review, 2013