I’ve recently started working in the Media Programme at Open Society Foundation in London. Among other things, I’ll be overseeing mediapolicy.org, and helping push forward the Mapping Digital Media research and advocacy project.
Till I joined OSF, I was consulting on how the internet impacts on human rights, activism, media, journalism and philanthropy. I worked with a range of clients in the UK, Europe, and the USA, from human rights organisations and NGOs, to donors and media companies, including WITNESS, Tactical Technology Collective, the Knight Foundation, and Docfactory/Bertha Foundation (there’s more about my work with these clients here).
My professional profile is on LinkedIn, and elsewhere on this site you can find more detail on the articles, policy reports and chapters I have written and co-written, and the talks and presentations I’ve given. I am a board member of Archaeos, a NYC-based non-profit dedicated to the preservation of world cultural heritage, and to the advancement of archaeology, anthropology, and education, and I am also a Fellow of the RSA.