1997 – 1999
New School for Social Research, Graduate Faculty of Political and Social Science, Liberal Studies, M.A.
1995 – 1996
Université de la Sorbonne Nouvelle (Paris III). Cours de Formation Phonétique et Pédagogique Pour Etrangers
1990 – 1994
Michigan State University. Interdisciplinary Humanities (History, Philosophy, Anthropology), B.A., Honors
Founder and Creative Director, Flint Public Art Project
● Initiated wide-ranging platform for innovative contemporary practices in public art, design, architecture, and urbanism.
2009 – present
Contributor, The Architect's Newspaper, Mic, Curbed, Common Edge
● Report on art, architecture, design, and urbanism for national and international publications.
2010 – 2011
Co-Founder, Bring to Light - Nuit Blanche New York, Community Development Director & Co-Producer
● Apply tools of reporting, advocacy and consensus-building for production of light-and-projection art festival in Brooklyn.
2003 – 2012
Adjunct Lecturer, The New School, Parsons The New School for Design
● Lecture junior and senior undergraduates on cultural reporting as a practice of making things public.
2000 – 2009
Associate Editor and Contributor, Metropolis
● Reported on architecture, urbanism, design, and public art; assigned and edited articles.
2002 – 2003
Adjunct Lecturer, John Jay School of Criminal Justice
● Taught introductory reading, communication skills, and test-taking.
1997 – 2003
Co-Director, Collective: Unconscious performance space
● Administered nonprofit; scheduled and organized shows, benefits and productions.
2000 – 2002
Adjunct Lecturer, College of New Rochelle, School of New Resources, South Bronx Campus
● Taught introductory composition, research methods, and essay writing.