Nikon Corporation (European marketing team): adviser and content generation for Nikon’s 100th Anniversary celebrations (2017).
Invited to deliver a research paper on Israel's popular photographic cultures of the post-1967 war period as part of the conference: Visual Histories of Occupation (part of the research project Cultures of Occupation in Twentieth Century Asia - COTCA). The University of Nottingham (23 June 2017).
Invited to deliver a public talk on the making of photographs into memories, stories and narratives at the State Hermitage Museum in St Petersburg (Russia, 23 May 2017).
Invited to deliver a keynote lecture on photographic historiographies and research methodologies as part of the international conference: After Post Photography (18-20 May 2017). The European University in St Petersburg (Russia, 19 May 2017).
Invited by BBC Arts to publish a piece entitled Five game-changing cameras that turned us into photographers, in association with the BBC Four film Smile! The Nation’s Family Album for which I served as a consultant (2017).
Consultant for the BBC Four film Smile! The Nation’s Family Album (2016/17).
Adviser and interviewee for an article on the return of instant analogue photography, published in BBVA OpenMind (online bilingual Spanish/English journal on science and innovation published by the banking foundation BBVA). Javier Yanes, “The Return of Instant Photography” (21 February 2017).
Adviser and interviewee for an article on uses of analogue photography, published in the weekly Spanish magazine 20 minutos. Javier Yanes, “Cinco razones para regresar a la fotografía analógica” (19 February 2017).
Adviser and source for information for an article on cemeteries in Israel and occupied regions with reference to photographs in commemoration practices, published in Leben & Tod article (German magazine on quality of life). Vanessa Köneke, “Krieg der Friedhöfe” (“War of cemeteries”), issue 1 (2017): 36-44.
Interviewed for The Telegraph of 4 August 2016, “What your family photo collection says about you”, by Lucy Mangan: http://www.telegraph.co.uk/women/family/pride-of-place-or-gathering-dust-at-the-back-what-your-family-ph/
Invited to deliver a keynote lecture on photographic historiographies, research methodologies, and ethnographies as part of the international conference: Discovering "Peripheries": Photographic Histories in Central and Eastern Europe. Society Liber pro arte in collaboration with the Polish Association of Photography Historians and the journal Dagerotyp. Institute of Arts at the Polish Academy of Sciences, Warsaw (2016).
Invited to deliver a talk on my recent ethnographic reserach on domestic photographs from the West Bank. Institute of Social & Cultural Anthropology, Pitt Rivers Museum, University of Oxford (20 November 2015)
Commissioned to provide Nikon Corporation with historical and cultural analysis of amateur photographs, to help promote the annual Nikon Photo Contest International in the European market.
Invited curator for FOTOGRAFIA – Festival Internazionale di Roma (International Photography Festival of Rome), Marco Gallery of Contemporary Art, Rome (2014-2015).
Invited to deliver a public talk on amateur photographic practices and DIY photographic processes. Wakefield Camera Club (16 June 2014).
Invited to hold an 'in-conversation' with Quentin Bajac, the New York Museum of Modern Art Chief Curator of Photography. The French Academy in Rome, Villa Medici (23 May 2014).
Invited to deliver a public talk on the Otolith Group’s Nervus Rerum and Ursula Biemann’s X-Mission. The University of Leeds in collaboration with Pavilion Arts Organisation (19 November 2012).
Invited to deliver a public talk on family photographs of victims of politically-motivated violent attacks in Israeli newspapers, as part of the conference: Urban Encounters: The Image of Public Space. Tate Britain, London (6 October 2012).
Invited to deliver a public talk on the historically radical conventions of family photography. The Musée Nicephore Niepce, Chalon sur Saône, France (3 October 2012).
Invited to deliver an academic presentation on photographic imagery of the Middle East in the context of visual communication and globalisation. Institute of Communications Studies, the University of Leeds (19 September 2012).
Invited to deliver a public talk on the historiography and politics of family photography. The Photographers’ Gallery, London (18 September 2012).
Quoted in a Jewish Telegraph article on visual culture of the Israeli-Palestinian struggle following my co-organization of an international conference on the subject. David Saffer, “Jewish Attitudes in Diaspora Won’t Change the Knesset” (15 June 2012: 13).
Invited to deliver a public talk on visual artist Yael Bartana’s early video pieces. Leeds Art Gallery, in collaboration with Pavilion Arts Organisation (6 June 2012).
Invited to deliver a public talk on the use of family photography in Israel, in the context of national identity and militarism. The Photographers’ Gallery, London (20 September 2011).
Invited to deliver an academic presentation on family photo-portraits of Israeli soldiers, as part of the Department of Hebrew and Jewish Studies’ Postgraduate Seminar. University College London (9 December 2009).
Invited to deliver an academic presentation on the subversive power of family photographs. Chelsea College of Art and Design, London (13 May 2009).
Invited to deliver a public talk on Israeli photo-reportage on politically-motivated attacks against civil targets. The Courtauld Institute of Art, London (11 March 2009).