Tina Richardson is an academic, writer/editor and lecturer
in psychogeography and urban aesthetics. Her background is in the field of
Urban Cultural Studies. She has had a number of articles published, for example
in ‘Spaces and Flows’ and ‘disClosure’. In 2013 she self-published her first
book ‘Concrete, Crows and Calluses’ (Particulations Press) and her edited
volume, Walking Inside Out, is published in July. Tina is well-known in urban
walking circles for developing her own psychogeographical method and practice
called schizocartography and for founding Leeds Psychogeography Group.