Featuring my most recent publications. For a complete list, please download my CV from the home page.
"Water is both versatile and undisguised. Its magnitude is only made possible by its minute, microscopic makeup, and this equilibrium is what carries its message. It’s what makes water so precious, so fluid."
"Bey’s work adds to the long and transformative history of Black and queer people who have subverted power structures through futurity, love, and hybridity. And how fitting? For she knows that to be queer is to live in the future anyway."
"This is the kind of show you have to intentionally make time to process. So I was stressed about how to approach the artist interview."
"From design to completion, each person is required to spend time sitting with these stories in a physical way, which creates room for grief, remembrance, education, and critique."
"And that’s part of the journey of the album: getting to the point of putting yourself out there in search of someone to share those vulnerabilities with and growing into intimacy."
"Ultimately, there are multiple ways to work through the human experience. The discotheque is just one of our many human efforts at claiming the freedom to express that through shared experience."
Rethink Outside™ is a call to action for all who believe that everyone deserves the opportunity to enjoy time outdoors – because when people connect with nature we all benefit.
"If life goes on, if life is all around us in ways we hadn’t imagined before, and if the impact of our lived experience sustains long after our bodies are put to rest, then how are we consciously using this gift?"
"Having to 'fit' into a culture that doesn’t take your experience into account creates the perfect conditions for burnout and resentment."
"Well, that’s what play is about. That’s why the creative process is reliant upon play and deliberate mistakes...No creative endeavor is done without a risk. "
"These are some of her reflections on Gainesville’s changes and the University of Florida’s failure to facilitate a sustainable relationship with the local community."
"Even when we’re our happy selves living our best lives out here, we’re not thinking through the most of what we deserve."
"We don’t allow people to see what it’s like to really balance regular life along with your writing."
"Placemaking, as a verb, is a process."