My PhD focused on a connection between the discussion of women’s photographic practices and social discipline. Principally, I am interested in how the devaluing of certain types of photograph (such as selfies) or behaviour (such as the pouting ‘duckface’) within popular discourse is used to classify and marginalize women. I also consider how involuntary pornography (sometimes called ‘revenge porn’) features a distortion of feminist goals of ‘choice’ in order to legitimise victims’ humiliation and punishment. I write a research blog, which discusses photography, social media and feminism, at: https://thecarceralnet.wordpress.com/. Prior to my PhD, I worked as a portrait photographer in a high street makeover studio and was the technical demonstrator on the BA Photography course at The University of Salford.