Ben’s PhD research (est. completion Q2 2023) brings curatorial, architectural and stage direction decision making processes together to extend films - and the world’s they create - across space. He is an AHRC funded PhD candidate supervised by new media curator Prof. Beryl Graham and photography curator Alexandra Moschovi. He holds an MA from University of the Arts London and a BSc from the London School of Economics. His research outputs include films, exhibitions and written texts.

His work has exhibited at galleries inc. MoMA (New York) and the Design Museum (London) and screened at film festivals including Visions du Réel (CH), Edinburgh International Film Festival (UK), Sheffield Doc Fest (UK), Athens Film & Video (USA), Dharamshala (IND), Astra (RO), Beldocs (SER) and architectural film festivals including Architecture Film Festival London, Architecture Film Festival Rotterdam and International Architecture Film Festival Barcelona. 

In 2021, Ben received funding from Mitacs (Canada) and UK Research & Innovation (UK) for his latest film project, Leaks. The project is supported by Dr. Max Haiven and the research group RiVAL based at Lakehead University (Canada). He is a past recipient of funding from Arts Council England, The Elephant Trust, Northern Bridge, UKRI, Medienboard and Creative Europe.

Ben is a curator at transmediale festival, Berlin and co-founder and director at South Kiosk, an artist run space in London.

He research sits adjunct to his role as a Senior Lecturer at The Bartlett School of Architecture, UCL and Falmouth University.