Rebecca Coleman is Reader in the Sociology Department, Goldsmiths, University of London, where she researches and teaches across sociology, media and cultural studies and feminist theory. Her work focuses on temporality, especially presents and futures, affect, visual cultures, bodies (including feminist new materialisms) and inventive methodologies. Publications include The Becoming of Bodies: Girls, Images, Experience (2009), Transforming Images: Screens, Affect, Futures (2012), Deleuze and Research Methodologies (edited with Jessica Ringrose, 2013), a special issue of Sociological Review on ‘Futures in Question: Theories, Methods, Practices’ (edited with Richard Tutton, 2017) and a special section of Theory, Culture and Society on ‘Visualising Surfaces, Surfacing Vision’, including written papers and artist films (edited with Liz Oakley-Brown, 2017). Forthcoming publications include a special issue of the online journal MAI on ‘Feminist New Materialist Practice’, which moves across written and multi-media contributions (edited with Tara Page and Helen Palmer) and a book on glitter as ubiquitous material (Goldsmiths Press). With Kat Jungnickel, she is Director of the Methods Lab, Sociology Department, Goldsmiths; a research centre that supports and facilitates interdisciplinary inventive research methods and practices.