Sarah Pink is Professor of Social Sciences at Loughborough University. Her work is usually interdisciplinary, although rooted in social anthropology, and where possible seeks to make connections between academic scholarship and applied practice. Most of her research has involved the use of (audio)visual methods and media. Her books include Doing Visual Ethnography (2007), The Future of Visual Anthropology (2006), Doing Sensory Ethnography (2009), Working images (co-ed 2004), Applications of Anthropology (ed. 2005) and Visual Interventions (ed. 2007).
Professor Sarah Pink Programme Director, Sociology Department of Social Sciences Loughborough University LE11 3TU