Justine Humphry is a Lecturer in Digital Cultures at the University of Sydney in the Digital Cultures Program, Department of Media and Communications. Justine is a researcher of digital media and consumption across a wide range of user groups. In her research funded by the Australian Communications Consumer Network, she worked with young people, families and adults experiencing homelessness to study their access and use of mobile phones and the internet. In her project on young people's digital connectivity in cities she worked with homeless young people to find out about and respond to digital connectivity barriers. Her research covers mobile media and networked publics, digital inequalities, urban communication and public space, and mobile mediated work. Justine has presented and published her research widely including in the Routledge Companion to Mobile Media, the Journal of Information, Communication and Society, Journal of Media, Culture and Society, M/C Journal and the Australian Journal of Telecommunications and the Digital Economy.