I am currently working on a monograph based on my PhD research into 'liveliness' in Elizabeth and Jacobean art. I write for academic and popular audiences. This page presents some highlights from my recent publications.
A full list can be found here

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The Prattling Paintings of Renaissance England
Apollo Magazine
June 2021
'Lively Limning: Presence in Portrait Miniatures and John White’s Images of the New World'
British Art Studies Journal online.
September 2020
Portraits of Elizabeth I: Fashioning the Virgin Queen
Smart History, online.
August 2020
'Seeing is Believing'
Index of Evidence, online.
June 2020
Renaissance Remixed: a surreal video game takes a sideways look at art history
Apollo Magazine, online.
May 2020
Hilary Mantel and Tudor Art
Apollo Magazine, online.
April 2020
Commentary on 'Jeremiah 4'
Visual Commentary on Scripture, online, ed. Ben Quash and Jennifer Sliwka.
April 2020
Painted as a Villain - How the Tudors Regarded Richard III
Apollo Magazine, online.
October 2019
'Facial Recognition': feature about portrait miniatures by Hilliard and Oliver
Apollo, CLXXXIX, no.673, pp.134-139.
March 2019
'it seemeth to be the thing itsefe': Directness and Intimacy in Nicholas Hilliard’s Portrait Miniatures’

Études Épistémè, no.36, special issue on early modern miniatures

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‘Tudor Time Machines: Clocks and Watches in British Portraits, c.1530-c.1630’
Renaissance Studies, vol. 33 no. 2, pp. 239-266.
May 2019
Guide to St Vincent's Parish Church, Caythorpe, Lincolnshire
(Heritage Lincolnshire: Lincoln, 2017)
ISBN: 9780948639678

Winner of the Society for Lincolnshire History and Archaeology's Flora Murray Award for Excellence, 2017

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Nine catalogue entries in C Macleod, Elizabethan Treasures: Miniatures by Hilliard and Oliver
National Portrait Gallery, London

Including 'Young Man Among Roses'; George Clifford, 3rd Earl of Cumberland; Thomas Bodley; Christopher Hatton; Lady in Masque Costume (Flora).