Debbie Humphry firstname.lastname@example.org - Twitter @DebsHumph - Instagram @DebbieHumphry All rights reserved 2016
I am a social researcher, photographer, lecturer and community campaign organiser. My research interests focus on housing geographies and class inequalities, urban solidarities and activism, social mobilities and their alternatives. I have always worked closely with people, from being a community worker to my photography and research work, using visual and participatory methodologies. I am a lecturer in human geography at Kingston University, currently writing an article on anti-capitalist disabilty activism and and community engagement organiser for Community Plan for Holloway, an independent campaign to amplify community views during the redevelopment of Holloway prison. Being website editor and editor for CITY:analysis of urban change, theory, action, a website/journal for academics, practitioners, artists and activists, enables me to bring together my passions for research, theory, practice, art and enabling others. I am currently developing a scholars-at-risk programme with Ammar Azzouz.
Humphry, D., 2017. ‘The Best New Place to Live’? Visual Research with Residents in East Village and E20. In London 2012 and the Post-Olympics City. Eds Cohen, P. and Watt, P. Palgrave Macmillan, London. bit.ly/2oK7rOi
Humphry, D. 2018. Paula and Keith. Invisible Britain: Portraits of Hope and Resiliance. Ed. Paul Sng. Policy Press.
Trans Hirstory in 99 Objects. 2018. Museum of Transgender History and Art, in association the University of Victoria, Canada. Selected images from 'Gender Crossings' bit.ly/HirStory