Camille Waring is a PhD candidate at the Centre for Research and Education in Arts and Media, School of Arts, University of Westminster, London. She is working on her thesis, Whoretography: Sex Workers as Image-makers: A Critical Analysis of Sex workers' Self-representation in Online Public Spaces. Her most recent publications are 'Schooled for Rape', MAI Feminism and Visual Culture, [online 2021] and 'Visual Activism and Marginalised Communities in Online Spaces' to Feminist Art Activisms and Artivisms (2020). Camille is the lead investigative researcher for the Visual Violence: sex workers experiences of image-based abuses project with the violence against sex workers NGO, National Ugly Mugs, and the founder of the feminist creative resistance and visual arts rebellion website Photographic Theorist. Her current research interests explore politics, sexuality, feminism, surveillance, censorship and identity. More recently, she has begun researching sexual violence, social media and 1990s Australian culture.