Monograph under contract, Performers’ rights: music ownership in the digital era. London: Palgrave Macmillan.

Edited book under contract, with Eric Clarke, Ross Cole and Matthew Pritchard, Remixing music studies: essays in honour of Nicholas Cook. Abingdon: Routledge.

Short article forthcoming 2019, ‘The record industry as a winner-take-all market: policy implications for UK performers’, article commissioned for the publication 100 years of Copyright by the Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin.

Journal article forthcoming 2019, 'PPL and the management of performers' rights: a story of competing interests', article accepted for publication by SCRIPTed.

Blogpost 2019, ‘Unwaivable equitable remuneration rights for performers: disruption or balancing of interests?’, Kluwer Copyright Blog, 20/01/19.

Journal article 2018,  '"We want artists to be fully and fairly paid for their work"': discourses on fairness in the neoliberal European copyright reform', Journal of Intellectual Property, Information Technology and Electronic Commerce Law JIPITEC, 9 (2).

Book chapter 2018, 'Pioneering the orchestra-owned label: LSO Live in an industry in crisis' in Tina K. Ramnarine, ed.: Global Perspectives on Orchestras: Essays on Collective Creativity and Social Agency, OUP.

Journal article 2018, ‘Distributed ownership in music: between authorship and performance’, Social & Legal Studies, 27 (6), pp.776-798 (published online 2017).

Short article 2017, Discursos sobre performers en la era digital: la campaña por una internet más justa para performers, Revista Telos, 106.

Review 2015, Review of Matt Stahl’s (2013) Unfree masters: recording artists and the politics of work, Journal of Popular Music Studies 27 (2), pp.235-8.

Journal article 2014, 'Negotiating liveness: technology, economics and the artwork in LSO Live', Music and Letters, 95 (2), pp.251-272.