Criticism

2022

The Analog-Digital Exchange: Metadata at The Ringling Museum, Arts Coast Magazine

Digital Pinellas, Arts Coast Magazine

2021

Photograms, Fiber-Art, Tech: Skyway ’21, Arts Coast Magazine

Expanding Waters as Social Practice, Arts Coast Magazine

Breath of Influence, Arts Coast Magazine

Expanding Waters—Setting the Stage: A Conversation with Mickett-Stackhouse, Arts Coast Magazine

Art and Madness: A Conversation with Jordan Kriseman, Arts Coast Magazine

The Colorful Life of Syd Solomon, Arts Coast Magazine

2020

We Need Multiple Voices: A Conversation with McArthur Freeman, Arts Coast Magazine

Love Letter to Natalie Krick, Variable West

The Hybrid Model: Online and In-Person Art Experiences, Arts Coast Magazine

In Your World, You Are the Spy of Yourself, Review of Sun Xun: Time Spy at The Ringling Museum, Arts Coast Magazine

The Year of Adventure: A Conversation with Elizabeth Gelman and Erin Blankenship of The Florida Holocaust Museum, Arts Coast Magazine

“The whole issue of virtuality has dramatically changed”: A Conversation with Curator Christian Viveros-Fauné, Arts Coast Magazine

Everything is Water: Interview with Mickett-Stackhouse, Arts Coast Magazine

Little Hollywood Tricks: Interview with Natalie Krick, Exposure Magazine

2019

REAL Fashion Photography and a conversation with Charlotte Cotton, published in the accompanying catalog to REAL Fashion Photography at Ringling College

2018

Watching to Death, David Foster Wallace Society Blog

2017

Sexualizing Saint Teresa of Ávila, Degree Critical

Infinite Jest as an Art Object, in Normal 2016: Selected Works from the Third Annual David Foster Wallace Conference, Lit Fest Press

2016

Himself’s Figurants, in Normal 2015: Selected Works from the Second Annual David Foster Wallace Conference, Lit Fest Press

2015

What’s My Story?, Just Words

2014

A Portrait of Punk, The Miami Rail

R. Luke DuBois: NOW, The Miami Rail

2011

M/E/A/N/I/N/G Online #5

Capitalism, Reality, Photography, Hyperallergic

Christie’s Auction to Benefit Haiti: An Earnest Attempt or Not?, Hyperallergic

In Conversation with George Gittoes, The Brooklyn Rail

Speaking Out Against Commercial Photography as Art, Hyperallergic

An Analog Path for Photography, Hyperallergic

A Visual Escape to Sarasota, Florida’s Ringling Museum, Hyperallergic

2010

In Conversation with Jonas Mekas, The Brooklyn Rail

Cameraless Photography in the Work of James Welling and Walead Beshty, Master’s Thesis