Gillian Fuller (me) is a researcher, writer, communications consultant and project producer who works in and through digital cultures. I am both abstract and practical in my focus.

Regardless of whether I am working as a writer, media producer or academic researcher, most of my work seems to circle around the same themes: communication (the wonder of it) and complex systems (bodies, data, ecologies).

My professional training is as a linguist (BA, Hons, UNSW) and semiotician (PhD, USyd). I was an academic for over two decades, most of this time as Senior Lecturer in Media, Culture and Technology at UNSW. I have led major national data projects for the Digital Humanities sector and continue to consult and advise on issues of eResearch and communication strategies for University and GLAM (Galleries, Libraries, Archives and Museums) sectors.

My research focus is in digital cultures with a particular focus on systems of mobility and the relations between network architecture, physical space and bodies. A lot of my work has been collaborative, working with artists and various geeky types. I feel I'm at my best when I collaborate: it's where I learn and grow the most and it's fun. Fun is important.

Since 2013, I have been an independent writer, consultant, and editor working on various projects.

I am also a very keen gardener.