‘Context-Based Sound and the Ecological Theory of Perception’, Organised Sound, Vol.22. Issue1, pp: 42-50.

‘The Undersea World of the Sound Department: the Construction of Sonic Conventions in Sub-aqua Screen Environments’, The New Soundtrack, Vol.6.2, pp:143-157.

‘Falkland: a sonic investigation of place’, in S. Giametta & F. Michi (eds) Keep An Ear On: Atti Del V° Simposio FKL Sul Paesaggio Sonoro, Firenze, Italy: Fratini Editore (with Louise K. Wilson).

‘Falkland: the Caress of the Audio’, Social Semiotics, Vol. 21, No. 4, pp: 517-529 (with Louise K. Wilson).

Re-sounding Falkland (exhibition catalogue) co-edited with Louise K. Wilson. Containing critical and contextual essays by:
David Chapman and Louise K. Wilson
Christopher Woodward (Director of the Garden Museum, London and author),
Dr. David Jones (Dept. of Art History, St Andrews University)
Dr. Damian Murphy (Audiolab, University of York)
Dr. Eric Laurier (School of Geosciences, University of Edinburgh).

To access a PDF of the catalogue: http://www.resoundingfalkland.com/read.html

‘Falkland: a sonic investigation of place’, Journal of Media Practice,  Vol.11, Issue 3 pp: 231-242 (with Louise K Wilson).

‘Chance Encounters: Serendipity and the Use of Music in the Films of Jean Cocteau and Harry Smith’, The Soundtrack,Vol 2, No.1.pp. 5-18

‘Steel-Cello / Bow-chime’, in Allegue-Fuschini, L & Kershaw B (eds), Practice as Research in Performance, Palgrave (with Adrian Palka)

‘Critical Dialogues: David Chapman & Louise K Wilson’, Scan: Journal of Media Arts Practice, Vol. 5, No.3 (Interview with Anne Cranny-Francis).

‘Hark’, Screenworks, No.1 Vol.1 (Peer Reviewed DVD).

‘Now Hear This’, Rising East Online, Issue No. 3

Robert Wilson / Gunpowder Park Project,  Project Catalogue, Landscape and Arts Network Service (Audio work for accompanying CD).
To access a PDF of the catalogue: http://www.haringwoods.com/#/robert-wilson-gunpowder-park/4560350627

‘The Ark’ [Molly Dineen, 1993]; ‘I Do Not Know What It Is I Am Like’ [Bill Viola, 1986]; ‘Video Diaries’ [BBC 1990-2001]; ‘Interactivity’; ‘Multimedia’, In Aitkin, Ian [ed] Encyclopaedia of the Documentary Film, New York: Routledge.

Soundworks: For Those Who Have Ears, (Eds) Julie Forrester and Danny McCarthy, Art Trail Publiucations, (Graphic work and sound extract on accompanying CD)

‘Opening the Sonic Envelope’, Art In-sight / Filmwaves, Issue 24. (Guest Editor, Special Edition on Sound)

‘Wigs of Wonderment’, Art In-sight / Filmwaves, Issue 21.

‘Downloading the Documentary’, in Wayne, M. [ed] Dissident Voices London: Pluto Press.