Publications: Articles, Reviews, Video Essays
Academic Work
Against Polish or, Notes on Videographic Labor or, You Could Remix Blazing Saddles Today,” ZfM: Zeitschrift für Medienwisschenschaft, Videography Issue #2, September 2023.
Dean Martin is Calm,” Tecmerin. Revista de Ensayos Audiovisuales, “Screen Stars Dictionary,” No. 11 2023 (1). 
On Collaborative Videographic Criticism & The Myth of John Adams,” Critical Studies in Television Online, June 2022.
Film Criticism (Selected)
"69th Oberhausen Kurzfilmtage: Against Gravity," Millennium Film Journal, No. 78 (Fall 2023). 
"Review: Inland Empire," Cineaste, Volume XLVIII, No. 4, Fall 2023.
"Prismatic Ground 2023: Labour Seen," Senses of Cinema, Issue 106, August 2023.
"CPH:DOX 2023: At World’s End," Senses of Cinema, Issue 105, May 2023.
"DOC NYC 2022: Fringe No More," Senses of Cinema, Issue 104, January 2023.
I regularly contribute reviews and essays to Crooked Marquee (archive here) and Film School Rejects, where I have been a contributor since 2018 (archive here).
Video Essays (Selected) [My Vimeo Page]
Film Thoughts (ongoing series)
Selected in Sight & Sound Annual Survey of Best Video Essays (2021, 2022)
Rio Bravo Diary 365 tweets. December 2020 to December 2021.
Divided Howard Hawks’ 1959 film into 365 equal parts, watched over the course of one year and chronicled the journey via Twitter. Selected in Sight & Sounds Annual Survey of Best Video Essays (2021). Online at www.riobravodiary.com.
 Sharing Stories: On Poupelle of Chimney Town (2021) 11 min. 
Commissioned by the International Film Festival Rotterdam, June 2021
seeing through Feast (2021) 9 min. 
Commissioned by the International Film Festival Rotterdam for Critics' Choice VII: On Positionality, February 2021
The Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist. (2020)
Curated with Kevin B. Lee and Cydnii Wilde Harris. Named the best video essay project of the year by Sight & Sound. Online at www.thevideoessay.com/blacklivesmatter. Curated screenings at various festivals and academic conferences.
The Barber Approves (2019) 10 min.
Selected in the Sight & Sound Annual Survey of Best Video Essays (2019)
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