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.

Journal article forthcoming, '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.