1. Muriel Murray at Castlehill Heritage Centre. Castletown, Caithness, Scotland. 2022. 2. Caitlin With Mr Herbert, Associate Assistant Headteacher, in His History Classroom. Penwortham Girls’ High School, Preston, Lancashire, England. 2022. 3. Duncan MacPheat at Home in His Armchair. Preston, Lancashire, England. 2022.
1. Lancashire Life (2022). Best in the business, 1 March, p. 205. 2. Karen Pomoroy, Headteacher at Penwortham Girls' High School. Preston, Lancashire, England. 2021.
Seddon, A. (2022). School's big celebration of science, Lancashire Post, 23 February, p. 30.
1. Kamburov, T and Underwood, J. (2021). Lessons Learned from Emergency Remote Learning Transitions in the United Kingdom [White paper]. p.9. 2. Segregated Yard in Summer. Penwortham Girls' High School, Lancashire, England. 2020.
1. A Year 11 Student Uses the Smart Learning Suite, While Being Taught By Her Maths Teacher, Mrs Bennett, in Room 43. Penwortham Girls' High School, Lancashire, England. 2021. 2. Kamburov, T and Underwood, J. (2021). Lessons Learned from Emergency Remote Learning Transitions in the United Kingdom [White paper]. p.10. 3. Smart Technologies (2021). Smart Technologies [Online].
1. ICP (2021) #ICPConcerned- Global Images for Global Crisis. New York- G Editions (Glitterati Editions). 2. Touching Great-Grandma's Hands Through the Window. Home, North Yorkshire, England. 2020.
Yorkshire Art Magazine (2021). Lockdown art, 202, p. 44.
1. Rankin (2020). 2020Rankin [Instagram] 9 August 2. Reid, L. (2020) 'Meet the people documenting their pandemic experiences for the generations of tomorrow', Yorkshire Post, 28 April [Online]. 3. Reid, L. (2020). Records for days to come, Yorkshire Post, 28 April, p. 1.
1. Ann's Roundabout. Ladygrove, Didcot, England. 2019. 2. Free Space Project (2020). Everyday Delight Exhibition Competition [Online].
1. On Tap. Utrecht, Netherlands. 2015. 2. Then He Sees the World Rightly. Utrecht, Netherlands. 2015. 3. 28 March 2019 – 3 May 2019 Everything I Ever Learnt. Art at the ARB, University of Cambridge, Alison Richard Building, 7 West Road, Cambridge, CB3 9DT. Group exhibition curated by Karen Harvey and Judith Weik. [link]
Trot on Trump; Roland Saunders at the National Demonstration 'Together Against Trump' on 13 July 2018. Cockspur Street, Westminster, London. 2018.
Astbury, S. (2019). Going Dutch for street exhibition, Lancashire Post, 4 September, p. 5.
1. Tom by Avenham Tower. Preston, England. 2019. 2. ‘They Made It a Pious Warehouse of Red Brick’. Grimshaw Street, Preston, England. 2019.
1. Carol and Dorothy Paxton Serve the Customers a Final Time Before Closing Kirkby Fleetham Village Shop and Post Office After 30 Years on 24 November 2018. North Yorkshire, England. 2018. 2. Mainwaring-Taylor, F. (2018). Retirement day for family at heart of village, Darlington and Stockton Times, 30 November, p. 8.
1. Carol and Dorothy Paxton Share a Moment Before Closing the Door of the Village Shop and Post Office for the Last Time After 30 Years on 24 November 2018. Kirkby Fleetham, North Yorkshire, England. 2. Mainwaring-Taylor, F. (2018). 'Retirement for North Yorkshire Post Office family', Darlington and Stockton Times, 28 November [Online].
Lancashire and North West Magazine (2018). Sarah Creer’s wedding, 19 October, p.200.
1. Sarah and Her Father. Pilling, Lancashire, England. 2018. 2. Sarah and Adam's Wedding. Pilling, Lancashire, England. 2018. 3. Sarah and Adam. Wyresdale Lake, Forest of Bowland, Lancashire, England. 2018.
NXO Ltd (2018). Penwortham Priory Academy Prospectus. Preston: NXO Ltd.
1. Prospectus Front Cover. 2. New Classrooms. 3. Exploring a School Garden. 4. A New Playing Surface.
Teach Secondary Maze Media (2015). A step ahead, 1 June, p. 20.
1. 13-Year-old Jamie Edwards Has Become the Youngest Person in the World To Build a Nuclear Fusion Reactor. Penwortham, Preston, Lancashire, England. 2014. 2. Live Magazines (2014). A star in a jar, 1 June, p. 82.
1. Fielden, S. (2014). Global fame for boy who made a star, Lancashire Evening Post, 8 March, p. 7. 2. Jamie Edwards and His 'PA' George Barker in the Lab on 28 February 2014. Penwortham, Preston, Lancashire, England. 2014.
1. In an Incredible Eureka Moment Head Teacher Jim Hourigan Can Be Seen Pointing to the Experiment as a Geiger Counter Registers Jamie’s Fusion Reaction Has Taken Place. Penwortham, Preston, Lancashire, England. 2014. 2. Wetzel, F. (2014). 'Science buff, 13, builds nuclear reactor', The Sun, 5th March [Online].
1. Chamberlain, A. (2014). Nuke kid on the block, The Sun, 6 March, p. 22. 2. Glendinning, A. (2014). '13-year-old builds his own nuclear reactor - becoming youngest person in world to carry out nuclear fusion', The Mirror, 6 March [Online]. 3. Smith, A. (2014). 'Jamie Edwards, the youngest person in the world to build a nuclear fusion reactor', The Mirror, 5 March [Online].
Tozer, J. and MacRae, F. (2014). Don’t worry, sir, it’s only a nuclear reactor, Daily Mail, 6 March, p. 7.