CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS
“Accessibility & The Audiovisual Essay (title in progress).” Workshop co-lead, by invitation, at the “Interrogating the Modes of Videographic Criticism” Online Symposium, Department of Media and Journalism Studies, Aarhus University, February 2022. 

“Rosebud Remixed: The New Media Epoch of Citizen Kane.” Keynote presentation, by invitation, at the “80 years of Xanadu: The Legacies of Citizen Kane” Conference, University of Massachusetts Amherst, December 2021.  

"Publishing Screen Media Practice Research: Editorial Approaches." Panel chair. Invited roundtable at the MPE/MeCCSA Practice Network Symposium 2021, Solent University, June 2021.

"Princess [GRACE] Kelly: Manipulating the Body and the Body of Work through Audiovisual Criticism." Presentation at the British Association of Film, Television, and Screen Studies Annual Conference, April 2021.

“On Curating the Black Lives Matter Video Essay Playlist.” One-hour, featured panel at the "Trump, Television and the Media: From Drama to 'Fake News' to Tweetstorms Conference," London Metropolitan University, October 2020. 

“Watching Capital: Cinéma vérité, the Hand-Held Camera, and The Big Short.” Presentation at the Centre for Film & Screen M.Phil. Conference, University of Cambridge, May 2020. 

INVITED  TALKS
"Disseminating Videographic Criticism." For the "Introductory Guide to  Video Essays" by Learning on Screen - the British Universities and Colleges Film and Video Council. Invited by Dr. Estrella Sendra and Bartolomeo Meletti. December 2020. 

“The Aesthetics of the Video Essay.” One-hour guest lecture as part of a two-day symposium at Filmakademie Baden-Wuerttemberg, Ludwigsburg, Germany. Invited by Kevin B. Lee. May 2020.

“On Videographic Criticism” (Invited Course Visits)

“Videographic Film Studies," taught by Jason Mittell, Middlebury College. April 2021.
“Cinemas of Confluence and Alliance,” taught by Daniel Pope, University of Massachusetts Amherst. March 2021.
 “Audiovisual Film and TV Criticism,” taught by Ian Garwood, University of Glasgow. December 2020.
“How to Write Like a Film Critic,” taught by Dr. Sarah Hamblin, University of Massachusetts  Boston. December 2020.

FILM FESTIVAL PANELS
"Focus Activism: Cinematic Protest - Video Essays & Black Lives Matter." Panel with Kevin B. Lee and Cydnii Wilde Harris, by invitation,  FilmFest Dresden — International Short Film Festival, Dresden, Germany,  July 2021.
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"On the work of Chloé Galibert-Laîné." Panel discussion with Chloé Galibert-Laîné, moderated by Dr. Barbara Zecchi, by invitation, at the Massachusetts Multicultural Film Festival, Amherst, Massachusetts, March 2021.

“The Journeys of Cary Grant: An Audiovisual Celebration.” Screening and panel co-moderated with Dr. Charlotte Crofts at the Cary Comes Home Festival, Bristol, United Kingdom, November 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 in Point of View)

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
March 2021 - Three-part video conversation with Shant Bayramian of The Audiovisual Essayist. [Part 1] [Part 2] [Part 3]
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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