Julian Henriques credits as a writer and director include the reggae musical feature film Babymother and We the Ragamuffin short. He has also produced and directed numerous documentaries for BBC Television and for his company Formation Films. Julian researches street cultures, music and technologies and is interested in the uses of sound as a critical and creative tool. His sound sculptures include Knots & Donuts (2011) at Tate Modern and his books include Changing the Subject (1998), Sonic Bodies (2011) and Sonic Media (forthcoming 2021). He is a Professor in the Department of Media, Communications and Cultural Studies, Goldsmiths, University of London where he is convenor of the MA Cultural Studies programme, director of the Topology Research Unit and a co-founder of the Sound System Outernational practice research group. He is currently Principal Investigator on the ERC Sonic Street Technologies: Culture, Diaspora and Knowledge project (2021 to 2025).