Selected Work

Column Five

ss_t-shirt_logoMy Status Is Not A Secret
A new engagement platform and documentary series that seeks to humanize the experience of those affected by HIV.
 
 
 
Screen Shot 2014-05-20 at 7.01.10 PMWarner Bros. Corporate Responsibility
A complete overhaul of Warner Bros. Corporate Responsiblity’s website which included the formation of a new brand identity, content strategy, graphic design, and the development of multiple interactive online experiences.
 
Screen Shot 2014-05-20 at 7.03.12 PMInternational Justice Mission: The Locust Effect
A trio of motion graphics that shed light on the everyday acts of violence endured by world’s poorest and most vulnerable populations. Series includes: Everyday Violence, Safe Enough to Thrive, and Changing the Everyday.
 
A Good Idea1How to Generate Good Ideas
With a bit of stretching the laws of physics and a lot of imagination, we set out to craft an animated story of how all those bits and pieces that pass through our brains can become good ideas.

 

The Advisorie Group

Screen Shot 2014-02-18 at 1.05.43 PM“Open”
A short film that explores the nuances of a sexually active couple of opposing HIV statuses during moments of decision, revelation, frustration, and most of all, love.

 

Publications

Not Very Christian of Me”: The Escapist Faith of a Lost Shepherd in Joss Whedon’s Firefly
Written and presented with Kj Swanson at the Southwest/Texas regional conference of the Popular and American Culture Assocation.
Also featured on Whedonesque.com.

Whedon and His Players: A Report on New Scholarship at SC4”
Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association, 8.2 (30)
With Cynthia Burkhead and David Kociemba

“‘I Like My Scars’: Claire Saunders and the Narrative of Flesh”
Inside Joss’ Dollhouse
Edited by Jane Espenson. Published by BenBella Books, 2010.

“Academics Assemble: A Report on New Scholarship at Sc5”
Slayage: The Journal of the Whedon Studies Association, 9.2 (34)
With AmiJo Comeford and Elizabeth Rambo

“Ritual, Rebirth, and the Rising Tide: Water and the Transcendent Self”
Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse: Confounding Purpose, Confusing Identity
Edited by Sherry Ginn, Alyson R. Buckman, and Heather M. Porter. Published by Rowman & Littlefield, 2014.