I’m a Los Angeles-born, New York-based writer, critic, and scholar. In 2017, I completed my Ph.D. in the History of Art at Yale University, where I specialized in the history and sociology of modernism. I now live in Brooklyn and write fiction, nonfiction, and scholarship.
My fiction was recently published in Conjunctions and I was a 2016 nominee for the PEN/Robert J. Dau Short Story Prize for Emerging Writers. I’m currently writing my first novel.
My short-form nonfiction and art/literary criticism have been published in major magazines and outlets like BOMB Magazine, Even Magazine, The Los Angeles Review of Books, The Burlington Magazine, and more. I’m currently writing my first book-length work of narrative nonfiction.
My scholarly writing has appeared in exhibition catalogs and peer-reviewed journals like Word & Image. My first book, which is based on my dissertation, was formally solicited by Duke University Press. You can go here to view all my current and forthcoming projects.
I also founded Four On The Floor, a regular blogazine and newsletter about art in New York. During my regular travels across New York’s cultural landscape, I make note of the most interesting artworks, exhibitions, lectures, and performances currently “on the floor,” and then I share them with my subscribers.
More than a “what’s hot,” or even a flash review, Four On The Floor is a space for me to share my idiosyncratic meditations on art. It’s an outlet for me–a place to publish my thoughts about the things that I encounter daily. You can subscribe below: