I am completing my doctoral dissertation, Staging Queer Feelings: The Affective Economy of Fashion Photography at the Turn of the Twenty-first Century, at the University of Edinburgh, where I teach queer studies and supervise dissertations in fashion and visual culture in the School of Design. I am the convener of SEXES, an international research cluster involving gender and sexuality studies scholars, and the founder and organizer of a monthly queer theory forum across the College of Arts, Humanities and Social Sciences. Prior to embarking on my PhD I worked for several years as a fashion editor in New York, first in the styling department at Vogue and then as a freelancer. My editorial work has appeared in Vogue Italia, L'Officiel, Paris Match, and Style Corriere della Sera, among others. 



Fashion: history, theory, and media

2017 - 2020 Ph.D

University of Edinburgh

School of Design

Queer theories and epistemologies

Affect and emotion studies

Continental philosophy

2011 - 2013 M.A.

Parsons School of Design

Fashion Studies 

2007 - 2010 B.A.

Università di Roma Tre

Letters and Philosophy

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