I am an academic specialising in contemporary French cinema, museum and cultural studies. I joined the Australian National University as Lecturer in French in 2016, after receiving my PhD by cotutelle from the University of Melbourne and l’Université Sorbonne Nouvelle- Paris 3 in 2015. My first book Decentring France: Multilingualism and Power in Contemporary French Cinema was published with Manchester University Press in 2017 and explores the rise of multilingualism in contemporary French film, teasing out the links between language, identity, violence, and social power. I’m Convenor of the ANU French Research Cluster, serve on the Advisory Board of the Australian Journal of French Studies, was elected 2017 Postgraduate Officer of the Australian Society for French Studies and am a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy. I taught across French and Francophone, English and Cinema Studies at the University of Melbourne, Paris 3 and the Université Paris-Est Créteil before joining the ANU, where I won the 2018 Vice Chancellor’s Award for Teaching Excellence. My work has been published in Contemporary French Civilization, the Australian Journal of French Studies, Francosphères, Linguistica Antverpiensia, French Cultural Studies and numerous edited volumes, and I run Les Musées de Paris, a blog which explores the lesser-known museums of Paris. I am currently working on the contracted book Jacques Audiard, a volume in Manchester UP’s French Film Directors series.