Briony is a Techne AHRC funded doctoral researcher, based at Royal Holloway. She is interested in the possibilities of kinetic movement in language, water bodies, the archive, and site-specific writing, and is currently working toward a PhD which considers the movements of water, which occur on both a molecular and geographical scale, as structural, linguistic, and philosophical models for poetry. Briony's publications include Dorothy (Broken Sleep Books, 2020) and Microsporidial (Sampson Low, 2020). Her work has been featured in Datableed, Permeable Barrier, Stride Magazine, and Decorating Dissidence amongst others. Her limited edition bookworks have been collected by bookartbookshop, Senate House Library, National Poetry Library, and the Foyle Special Collections at Kings College London. Briony is a founding member of the Crested Tit Collective, and is currently editing Rewilding: An Ecopoetic Anthology.