2016 - Book launch: ‘Global Undergrounds’, UCL Urban Laboratory, with Paul Dobraszczyk, Carlos López Galviz and Harriet Hawkins (discussant) 14th June.
2016 - Space Probe Alpha (organized with Anna Minton), featuring London Green Party Mayoral candidate Siân Berry, comedian Mark Thomas, writer Will Self, National Geographic Emerging Explorer Daniel Raven-Ellison and Liberal Democrat Lord Clement-Jones, 13th February 12-2pm.
2016 - ‘London Rising’, Balham Literary Festival, Running Riot in the City, London, 12th June
2016 - ‘Place hacking and local politics’, JNL Baker Society, Jesus College Oxford, 4th May.
2016 - ‘The limits of exploration’, South Kensington Explorer Club, London, 1st March.
2016 - ‘Reading the Neoliberal City’, Guest Lecture for Anna Minton, Architecture Department, University of East London, 18th February.
2015 - A public lecture from Will Self, University of Southampton Geography and Environment, 1st May 2015, 6pm (hosting).
2015 - ‘Place Hacking Cities’ 16th Media Art Biennale WRO, Wrocław, Poland, 2nd – 5th December.
2015 - ‘London Rising’, Vertical Cities conference, Université Lyon 2 Lumière, Lyon, France, 25th-27th November.
2015 - ‘Will Self on the Life and Work of JG Ballard’, Bristol Festival of Ideas, 18th-20th November (chair).
2015 - ‘Place-hack your city’, Bristol Festival of Ideas, 18th-20th November.
2015 - ‘Thinking about Cities’ Bristol Festival of Ideas, 18th-20th November.
2015 - ‘Senate House Revealed’, Talking Underground Symposium, Senate House Library, Being Human Festival 13th November.
2015 - ‘Occupying public space’, Skeptics in the Pub, Newcastle, 11th November.
2015 - ‘Place hack your city’, Lost Lectures Series, London, 6th November.
2015 - ‘Urban exploration as heritage placemaking’, Department of Archaeology, University of Southampton, 22nd October.
2015 - ‘Place hack your city’, WIRED Next Generation, London, 17th October.
2015 - ‘Urban exploration as heritage placemaking’, Department of Archaeology, University of York, 6th October.
2015 - ‘Urban Exploration in Cartel Country’, Kindness of Strangers charity event for the for Calais migrant camps, London Irish Centre, 30th September 2015. Raised £7500 in charity drive.
2015 – ‘Time-spaces of Urban Infrastructures’ Planned Violence Seminar Series, “The Cost of Urban Violence”, University of Oxford, 24th & 25th September.
2015 – 'Uncovering the city: Urban writing seminar', Guardian Masterclass, The Guardian (London offices), 23rd May, 2015, 10am-4pm
2015 - ‘Mapping the out-of-bounds city’ with Laura Oldfield Ford and Stephen Walter, Living Maps Seminar Series, Birkbeck University, 6-8pm, 12th May.
2015 - ‘What is left to explore?’, meeting of the Southern Region committee of the Royal Geographical Society, University of Southampton, 29th April.
2015 - ‘Mapping all the Public Space in London’ TEDx Southampton, Nuffield Theatre, University of Southampton, 25th April 2015.
2015 - ‘Place hacking sociology’, BSA Regional Postgraduate Day, University of Liverpool, 2nd April.
2015 - ‘Senses of place in place hacking’, Place Symposium Keynote, University of Exeter, Falmouth Campus, Cornwall 27th March.
2015 - Psychogeography guest lecture for Will Self, Brunel, University of London, 23th March.
2015 - Experimental Geographies, Critical Topics in Urban Studies Module, University of Vienna, 5th March.
2015 - Secret city, Salon for the City, Antique Beat presents London at the Library, London, 26th February.
2015 - The Hidden Heritage of London, Reimagine London: What if we made London a National Park? London Southbank Centre, 24th February.
2015 - Visual ethnography in action: negotiating ethics with recreational trespassers, Ethics in a Complex World seminar series, University of Southampton, 23rd February.
2014 - Aesthetics, Bodies and Action in London’s Sewers, Manchester Metropolitan University Seminar Series, 11th December.
2014 - Bodies, technology, and the edgework of urban exploration, Newcastle College, UK, 4th December.
2014 - Urban exploration: Embodied images, University of Manchester Guest Lecture in Art History for Paul Dobraszczyk, 21st November.
2014 - The art of living dangerously in the city of Paranoia, Urban Encounters 2014: Movements/Mobilities/Migrations, Tate Britain, 24th-25th October, with an urban walk from 14.00-16.00, 24th October.
2014 - Explore everything, Off the Shelf Festival of Words, 7pm, Arundel Room, Millennium Gallery, Sheffield, 23rd October.
2014 - Security subversions, in conversation with Anna Minton at the London Southbank Centre, 12th October.
2014 – Trespass is good for cities, TEDxVienna CITYx ‘Brave New Space’ panel, 25th September.
2014 – Move along: engineering architectural exclusion, Middlesex University, Bodies + Space Conference, 18th-19th September.
2014 – When less security means more creativity, Google Zeitgeist annual summit, Phoenix, Arizona, 15th-17th September.
2014 – Place hacking the city, Inspire: Exploration panel, Brisbane Writers Festival, Brisbane, Australia, 6th September.
2014 – Living dangerously (panel discussion with Lydia Cacho and Masha Gessen), Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia, 31st August 3:45-4:45pm.
2014 – Place-hack your city, Festival of Dangerous Ideas, Sydney Opera House, Sydney, Australia, 30th August.
2014 – Place hacking the city, Melbourne Writer’s Festival, Melbourne, 29th August, 7:30pm.
2014 – Out of the dock, Trespassing in Fieldwork Symposium, St Hilda’s College, University of Oxford, 3rd June.
2014 – Art and activism in urban exploration, University of Swansea, 24th March.
2014 – Psychogeography guest lecture for Will Self, Brunel, University of London, 10th March.
2014 – Urban Edges, Charity lecture for St Christopher’s Hospice with Neil Gresham and Sebastian Foucan, The House of St. Barnabus, 4th march.
2014 – (Re)locating the hidden city: Infiltrating off-limits heritage spaces, University of Nottingham, 27th February.
2014 – Place-hacking architecture: under, over and in-between everyday space, Canterbury School of Architecture, 10th February.