I am a journalist, video essayist, and soon-to-be graduate student, interested in entertainment, media, and politics.
Currently, I am an undergraduate at Middlebury College who will graduate (if all goes to plan) in May of 2019 with a B.A. in Film & Media Culture and minors in Political Science and English & American Literatures. This fall, I will begin reading for an M.Phil in Film & Screen Studies at the University of Cambridge as a Keasbey Scholar.
At Middlebury, I am the editor in chief and president of the student newspaper, The Middlebury Campus.
During the summer of 2018, I worked as a reporting intern at the Burlington Free Press, a daily newspaper part of the USA Today Network. I previously worked at a twice-weekly county newspaper in Vermont and at a jazz magazine.
I have freelanced for the Washington Post, contributed to the New York Times On Campus blog, and my work at the Free Press was republished by USA Today and the Association Press.
My current video essay project, “Videographic Hitchcock,” is a videographic companion to Hitchcock, François Truffaut’s 1966 study of Alfred Hitchcock. My senior thesis, for which I received the Kellogg Fellowship in the Humanities, is also on the work of Alfred Hitchcock.
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