Publications, conferences, exhibitions and performances.
“Genuinely Keen to Work: Sex Work, Emotional Labour, and the News Media” in Armstrong, L. and Gillian, A. (eds) Sex Work and the New Zealand Model: Decriminalisation and Social Change. In press.
“‘Not on the Street Where We Live’: walking while trans under a model of sex work decriminalisation”. Feminist Media Studies. 2019. doi: 10.1080/14680777.2019.1642226
“Illicit drive-through sex”, “Migrant Prostitutes”, and “Highly Educated Escorts”: Productions of ‘acceptable’ sex work in New Zealand news media 2010 – 2016.
Doctoral Thesis, 2018.
Victoria University of Wellington.
“Review: Stephanie Hunter Jones, Sex Work and Female Self-Empowerment.” Sexualities. 2019. doi/10.1177/1363460719876827
“Review: My Body, My Business: New Zealand Sex Workers in an Era of Change.” Queer Studies in Media and Popular Culture, vol. 4, no. 1, 2019, pp. 109-111. doi: 10.1386/qsmpc_00009_5
Review of Netflix’s BONDiNG. The Spinoff. 4 May 2019.
All the Worst Questions I’m Asked as a Sex Worker. Vice. 1 October 2018.
Symposium on Stigma, Discrimination, and Sex Workers’ Rights.
Productions of stigma in New Zealand news media post-decriminalization in the “Rhetoric, discourse and stigma” panel.
Victoria University of Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand, February 2018.
Gender, Work and Organisation Bi-Annual Conference.
How the ‘Less is Better’ Rhetoric is Damaging to Sex Worker Rights in the “Sex Work in the 21st Century” stream.
Keele University, England, June 2016.
Art exhibition and publication with Elisabeth Pointon, 2018.
Meanwhile Gallery, Wellington, Aotearoa New Zealand.
“Paying For It: An Insider’s Guide to the New Zealand Sex Industry Vol II”
Live performance, 2017.
Bats Theatre, Wellington, New Zealand.
Nominated for a Wellington Theatre Award.
Feedback/consultancy for Mrs Warren’s Profession, dir. Eleanor Bishop.
Auckland Theatre Company, 2018.
Auckland, New Zealand.