"The Monks' Tale" Interview with Angus Writers Circle, the first residents of artist Bobby Niven's New Scriptorium, built on the grounds of Arbroath Abbey.
August 2022 "Empire of Joy" On Saoirse Amira Anis, For No Other Reason than Joy, at Cample Line, an exploration of the domain of the artist's alter-ego Freedom Princess. August 2022
"Katie Paterson, Requiem" Review of a show comprising fossil remnants from across geological history. At Edinburgh's Ingleby Gallery, April-June 2022.
"Et in Arcadia Artifice" On Abbas Akhavan's Study for a Garden, a set of site specific installations at Mount Stuart on Bute.
"The Language of Things" Review of Tonico Lemos Auad's exhibition of sculptural objects Unknown to the World, at Cample Line, Dumfries. October 2021
"Outdoor Shoots" Review of Alex Boyd's Tir an Airm (“Land of the Military”), an exhibition of photographs exploring Scotland's militarised landscapes at Stills Gallery, Edinburgh.
"Soft Power" Review of Gather and Arrange, an exhibition of textile art by design collective Arrange Whatever Pieces Come Your Way at Mount Stuart House, Bute.
"Naturally It Is Not" Reviews of Alaya Ang and Hussein Mitha, Plotting (against) the Garden and Christine Borland, In Relation to Linum, at Edinburgh Art Festival 2021.
"Always in Paradise" Antiguan artist Frank Walter's circular "spool" paintings offer a window into the centre of a visionary imagination, as a new show at the Ingleby Gallery, Edinburgh, reveals.
"Tracing Impressions" A history of Glasgow University's holdings of paintings and correspondence by James McNeill Whistler, celebrating a new exhibition of Whistler's work at the Hunterian Gallery.