Film School Rejects
Since 2018, I have been a contributor to Film School Rejects, where I previously worked as an editorial intern. I currently write two weekly columns and regularly review films.
A collection of some of my most recent work can be found here.
Notes on Videographic CriticismNotes on Videographic Criticism is a Substack newsletter I write to accompany The Video Essay Podcast. Issues feature blog-style essays by me, links to notable video essay news and notes, short interviews, guest posts, information about the podcast, and more about the goings on in the video essay community. More here.
I currently work as researcher for journalist and historian Garrett M. Graff, assisting with a mix of written, audio, and video work.
While a student at Middlebury College, I worked as a journalist throughout the state of Vermont, including at the Burlington Free Press (USA Today Network), the largest daily newspaper in the state, and the Addison County Independent. My reporting was republished in USA Today and the Associated Press, and I once freelanced in Vermont for the Washington Post.
I served as the editor-in-chief of the student newspaper, The Middlebury Campus. While there, I oversaw a number of projects, including the paper's first-ever special issue dedicated to the 2018 midterm elections. The college became the subject of several national stories during my time as an editor, and our reporting was routinely cited by national outlets.
During the summer of 2016, I worked part-time as an editorial intern at JazzTimes, where I wrote for the magazine's daily news blog and assisted as a videographer at the Newport Jazz Festival.