I am an independent historian specialising in Caribbean and Black British history, with a focus on archives, art, and queer Black British histories; and on African-Caribbean diasporic histories with a focus on Grenada and Jamaica. I have curated and co-curated a number of exhibitions and displays relating to Caribbean and Black British history including the 2014-2015 Tate Britain display ‘Spaces of Black Modernism: London 1919–39’, co-curated with Dr. Caroline Bressey (UCL), Emma Chambers and Inga Fraser (Tate Britain). I am the author of the book Race, Sexuality and Identity in Britain and Jamaica: The Biography of Patrick Nelson, 1916-1963 (Bloomsbury Academic, 2017), which was published in paperback in March 2019. In 2018 I was awarded a Paul Mellon Centre Mid-Career Fellowship for my new project Berto Pasuka and Queer Black British Art. More information on my work can be found in the About page or by clicking the links below.