About Me


I am a researcher and instructor in (Digital) Life Writing, (New) Media studies, and 20th Century American literature, all of which intersect in my academic work. I am interested in media archeology and the constructions/imaginations of media that are made by literary and rhetorical engagements. In the Fall of 2018, I successfully completed my PhD at the University of Waterloo, where I am currently instructing undergraduate courses.

As an instructor, I have designed and taught courses on academic writing, digital communication technologies, literary representations of digital technology, and comics. These courses involve a variety of methods, including media analysis, rhetorical analysis, and literary analysis.

Over at my blog, you can read me writing about my research, teaching, and past graduate experiences.

Read about me more in my CV or you can view my Critical Media Projects, Teaching, and Publications on this site.