Lauren Houlton is a Techne-funded doctoral researcher at the University of Westminster where she is developing a project on feminist collaboration in artist’s filmmaking. Her thesis, Differentiated Publics: A Study of Feminist Collaboration in Artist’s Filmmaking, explores how feminism has informed a selection of approaches to collaboration in artist’s moving image using case studies by Petra Bauer, Andrea Luka Zimmerman, and Rehana Zaman. She is currently Assistant Editor for the Moving Image Review and Art Journal (MIRAJ) and was the 2022–23 co-convenor of the Paul Mellon Centre’s Doctoral Researchers Network. In 2017 she was awarded the Michael O’Pray Prize for new writing on artist’s moving image.