I am a freelance writer and critic.
My career began with a weekly column in my hometown newspaper while I was in high school. Since 2017, I have written about dance, culture, and performing arts for Philadelphia's Broad Street Review. I have been a contributor to MovieJawn since 2016.
I strive to shine the spotlight on both established and emerging artists. My writing about film often focuses on work by and about women, LGBTQ+ folks, and marginalized voices. I have reviewed performances by Martha Graham Dance Company, Alvin Ailey American Dance Theater, BalletX, Philadelphia Ballet, PHILADANCO!, Rennie Harris Puremovement, the Wilma Theater, and more.
My greatest hits include
"The Best Kind of Body Worship" (BSR 2022)
"Grossing out the Patriarchy: 4 Great Recent Moments in Body Horror" (MovieJawn 2022)
"Labyrinth of Love" (BSR 2019)
"Tiny Tim: King for a Day Celebrates the Virtues of the Authentic Self" (MovieJawn 2021)