Conference Presentations
“On Curating the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist,” one-hour, featured panel with Kevin B. Lee and Cydnii Wilde Harris, moderated by Sharon Monteith, at the "Trump, Television and the Media: From Drama to 'Fake News' to Tweetstorms Conference," at London Metropolitan University, October 30-31, 2020. 
“Watching Capital: Cinéma vérité, the Hand-Held Camera, and The Big Short,” lecture at the Film & Screen Studies M.Phil. Conference, University of Cambridge, May 19-20, 2020. 
Invited Talks
"On Video Essay Dissemination," short video lecture made, by invitation, for the "Introductory Guide to Video Essays" by Learning on Screen. Invited to speak at virtual launch event, December 14, 2020. 
"On Videographic Criticism,” panel discussion with Grace Lee and Ian Robertson, by invitation, at the University of Glasgow, December 03, 2020.
“On Videographic Criticism,” guest lecture with Cydnii Wilde Harris, by invitation, at the University of Massachusetts — Boston, December 02, 2020.
“The Aesthetics of the Video Essay,” one-hour guest lecture, by invitation, as part of a two-day symposium at Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg, Ludwigsburg, Germany, May 2020 
Film Festival Panels 
The Journeys of Cary Grant: An Audiovisual Celebration,” screening and panel co-moderated with Charlotte Crofts at the Cary Comes Home Festival, Bristol, United Kingdom, November 20, 2020.  
Selections from the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist,” screening and panel discussion co-moderated with Kevin B. Lee and Cydnii Wilde Harris, by invitation, at the Camden International Film Festival, Camden, Maine, October 2020. 
Seen and Heard: Selections from the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist,” screening and panel discussion co-moderated with Kevin B. Lee and Cydnii Wilde Harris, by invitation, at the Open City Documentary Festival, London, September 2020. [Review of the panel in Point of View magazine.]
Teaching
One-Day Workshop on Videographic Criticism, co-taught with Danielle Hipkins, by invitation, at the University of Exeter, February 2020.
Teaching Assistant, Scholarship in Sound & Image Workshop, Digital Liberal Arts Summer Institute, Middlebury College, June 2019.
Teaching Assistant, Introduction to Media & Minorities, Department of Political Science, Middlebury College, January 2019
Interviews
Oct. 2020 — Interview on the "Film Studies bling-bling" podcast by Anna Luise Kiss 
(discussed further by Anna Luise in two blog posts on the Open Media Studies Blog [Part 1] [Part 2])

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