I am a media scholar and a theater artist whose work mines the histories of art, media and popular entertainment in America. I received my PhD from the Department of Media, Culture, and Communication at New York University, where my work explored 19th century aesthetics at work in contemporary theater spaces.

I currenlty make work with longtime collaboarator Jesse Hawley out of Hatch Street Studios in New Bedford, MA. For additional information, see our website HERE. Prior to moving to New England, I was co-artistic director of the OBIE winning NTUSA (the National Theater of the United States of America), an experimental collective of multidisciplinary artists based in Brooklyn. Information on my 17 years with the NTUSA can be found HERE.

As an actor, I've worked with such artists as Young Jean Lee, Phil Soltanoff, Richard Maxwell, Normandy Sherwood, Yehuda Duenyas, Julie Atlas Muz, and others. I've also worked as a set designer, carpenter and stage technician.

At Harvard, I work as Artistic Producer of Theater, Dance and Media and teach classes in the concentration.